The setting is the model home of one of those fresh, spanking new neighborhoods
that popped up in the nineties and sprawled across the Midwest with a promise of
the good life. Enter two quirky, upscale couples whose instant friendship
quickly morphs into a labyrinth of surprising twists and turns. The playwright
relies on the character's complexities to serve up a "psychological thriller"
that is as satisfying and entertaining as two of its own plot points: adultery
and apple pie.