Having spent forty years in a happy marriage, Joe and Joan Castleman complete each other perfectly. He’s easy-going and she’s elegant. He’s vain and she’s modest. He enjoys the life of a great writer, and she puts all her intellect, charm, and diplomacy into the society of genius’ wives. After all, behind every great man stands a great woman. But what are their actual roles? When news breaks about Joe’s Nobel Prize, this whole modest construction is ruined in order to reveal a carefully guarded secret, on which both his literary fame and their long shared life were built.
SCHEDULE AND TICKETS
IN MOBILE APP NOW