Velma and Clyde are uneasy neighbors. Velma, a widowed grandmother, has tended her vegetables in this humid North Florida community for most of her life. Clyde, a gay man out of place here, has recently moved in from New York City after losing his lover and most of his friends to AIDS. The two widows express their growing distrust of one another in a series of alternating monologues, at times tragic and hilarious, until a tacky statue of Michelangelo's David unpredictably brings them together.
- 70 - 80 minutes
- 1 f, 1 m
- Content Notes: Adult language, adult content
- Set: Minimal; props and chairs for two old porches