Bruce and Prudence are deeply into therapy. Prudence's macho therapist is urging her to meet someone of the opposite sex by placing a personal ad while Bruce's wacky female therapist is urging him to meet someone of the opposite sex by placing a personal ad. She does not fully comprehend that Bruce has a male lover who is not pleased by Bruce's decision to date a woman: Prudence. Bruce doesn't know how to handle poor nervous Prudence and Prudence doesn't know what to make of her unpredictable new boyfriend. They sort it all out and learn to live beyond therapy in this delightful comedy. Christopher Durang has described his play as being about "relationships and how psychology and psychobabble hinder and help us."