Joan and Joe remain supplements after nearly 40 years of marriage. Where Joe is accidentally, Joan is elegant. Where Joe is useless, Joan is distant. And where Joe enjoys his public role as a great American writer, Joan pays his intellect, grace, charm and diplomacy by consideringthe personal role of the great man’s wife. When Joe receives the Nobel Prize for Critical Applause, Joan begins to talk about common commitments, secrets, and treason.
Dorothy, a young educatorAafro American leaves a big family dinner to pursue his dog ontwin time in New York and devastated by a cyclone and transplanted into the urban version of Oz’s land.