The Independent EyeOkiboji

Full-length comedy about two elderly women with nothing in common except a barbed—yet finally deep—friendship. Mag, a newly retired executive’s wife, who gave up a radio comedienne’s career for a long, comfortable marriage, comes to live permanently at their lakeside summer home. The abrasive proximity of her hard-living Polish working-class neighbor Rae forces a redefinition of their relationship and their lives.

Written by Conrad Bishop & Elizabeth Fuller
Two acts; 2w; one interior.

Produced by Denver Center Theatre, 1991, directed by Frank Georgianna. Also by Boston Post Road Stage, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, and Asolo State Theater.