Two's a Crowd
Published by Dramatists Play Service
1 Male 1 Female
Perhaps, Mary Anne suggests, he should just change jobs, try for a managerial position with a larger salary. (Which, of course, shows how little she comprehends the import of what he is trying to say)
And yet a gentle embrace, a kiss, the promise of greater delights to come - and suddenly the impracticality of it all dawns on the male mind. Why not a better job? If you're committed in the right direction, doesn't it make the waiting easier?
Whatever you say, agrees Mary Anne sweetly, as she mulls over what kind of furniture to buy with their riches to come
Gentle but slyly revealing study of the restless hopes and dreams which can foster a dangerous discontent in the hearts of young men and the feminine wiles which can so effortlessly bring things back to the way a girl wants them to be