Aging widow and former concert pianist Margaret Mary, values her independence and would prefer to be alone with her piano in her uppr West Side apartment. She keeps her neighbors at a distance and avoids contact except with Cara, a violin-playing, spinster who lives in her building. The two women have an uneasy relationship founded on their mutual love of playing waltzes together. Life is better with a duet partner.
Cara is shocked when Margaret Mary engages a rather kooky, young, would-be actress as her paid, live-in companion. This funny, heartwarming play by the author of On Golden Pond is reminiscent of Driving Miss Daisy. It focuses on friendship lost and found; tested and true; ever expanding.
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