This smart drama is about a Black senator Holden Cain (RUSSELL JORDAN) who was on trial for murder. Even though he is found not guilty he wants to clear his name instead of let the court of public opinion convict him. He is far from a boy scout. He is having a long time affair on his wife Genesis( TONIA E. ANDERSON) with a white woman named Eden(VANESSA FRANZEN. The shit really hits the fan when both his wife and his mistress announce they are pregnant. CARA HALL gives us fresh story telling. Very cinematic, moving back and forth in time to tell the story. Though this is melodrama the playwrights skill raises it to compelling theatre. The direction by MELISSA SKIRBOLL also helped make it work, keeping all the player on stage through out the piece helps us adjust to this swift turning drama. The lines of movement were clean and skillful; every plot turn follow- able and very well done. The one stand out among the actors is RUSSELL JORDAN. Cain is powerful, with a hair thin temper and forceful presence. TONIA E. ANDERSON as Genesis is well done and on point. She manages her character to rise above the stereotypical “wife scorned”. VANESSA FRANZEN as Eden is a feisty one with a sharp tongue. For the “other woman” she claims what she thinks is hers. This drama is just well done in all aspects.