This story takes place within a few weeks' time, about an affable guy who happens to be grieving a devastating loss. "Champ," a nickname Richard's beloved wife dubbed him, is all stressed out. It has been a year since his wife has passed away, and he has settled into his lonely but nonetheless new pattern of going to the gym every day, then the Sandwich shop where he always gets the exact same order, brings it home and eats it as he talks to his dead wife.
Susie, or as he dubbed her, "Princess," who is not among the living anymore, although all her photos and belongings are laid out prominently in the living room, wanders about (we, the audience can actually see her) reacting silently to his dialogue.
Billed as a Dramedy, the play is cleverly written and produced by Art Shulman ("I Got Troubles;" " The Rabbi's Mission;" "Old Broads Can't Dunk;" God, Bring Me A Miracle;" "Boxcar & Eugenia,") and many more, and Directed quite proficiently by Stan Mazin(As Director: "Doubting Thomas;" "God, Bring Me A Miracle;"" The Prisoner of Second Ave.;" "Give 'Em Hell Harry;" "Stepping Out;" As choreographer: "Bells Are Ringing;" "Anything Goes;" "Festival;" "Chicago;" "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat;" "Pippin;" "Dames at Sea;" "Superstar," et al. Stan also appeared as a dancer/actor on the Carol Burnett show for a decade and his autobiography, "A Dancer in Depth," is available on Amazon.com and BN.com).