Jeffrey Morrison is a highly successful senior partner at a prominent and extremely conservative Boston law firm. He is very close to achieving his life-long dream; being elected the firm’s Chairman of the Board. Suddenly, this dream is threatened when in the middle of the night, Jeffrey’s degenerate brother, Phillip, breaks into his Beacon Hill townhouse covered in blood. Phillip explains to his highly successful brother that he and his under-aged, illegal immigrant girlfriend have just murdered a man. He goes on to describe how he slit his throat and then carried the victim’s bloody, lifeless body into an alleyway, under an archway and deposited it into a garbage dumpster. Jeffrey’s first concern is not for his brother’s welfare, but instead, that this crime may somehow now jeopardize his own chances for the chairmanship. He cannot risk his chances for the appointment for anything, and so he takes control of the situation. As the story untangles, we learn that nothing is how it first appeared to be. The one thing that remains unchanged is Jeffrey’s determination to win the Chairmanship… regardless of what may be required.
The play has a cast of three (2M/1F) and runs approximately 90 minutes.