The Crown Prince of
Plot Summary: Brian
Colby and his wife Sarah are in counselling as
the play begins, and it's not going well.
Of course, neither has their marriage.
That's why they're in counselling with Dr.
Castle, to help them get through the last of the
time they'll be spending together. The doctor
means to take them through various stages of
their relationship, hoping to show them
something positive amidst all their turmoil, but
as Brian and Sarah see scenes from their
marriage acted out on the other side of the
stage, it only serves to underscore all their
fears and animosities. As Brian tells his
version of events, then Sarah tells hers, they
seem to have spent their marriage worlds apart.
Whatever made them think this marriage could
work to begin with? Have they lived
together all these years without so much as one
perfect moment? And if there were such a
moment, if such a moment exists for any husband
and wife, where would it be? What would it
teach us, if only we could find it?
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