Donald is a handsome rogue. Is he really in love with Caroline, or is he using her just like he used Carl? Caroline's friend Tommy has nothing but contempt for Donald. Though he would like to keep Donald from Caroline, Caroline's fragile health prevents this. After she dies in New York, Donald picks up and moves to Paris where nobody knows who he is. There he continues to create a rambunctious path that indeed works very well for him. This play was previously published in paperback in the anthology, "Mad Cow Disease, Something Special, and Other Plays" by Lance Tait.

From the Author:
This is a colorful and sometimes peculiar tale of two cities: New York and Paris. For four actors (two women and two men).
The Swimming Pools of Paris
Lance Tait: American Writer/Director