Simple set. 1 woman, 1 man (35 or younger). Approximately 20 minutes. Horatio, Hamlet's best friend, and Ismene, Antigone's sister, have been let go from their respective plays. Thrown together, they journey to a new playing space, and discuss the nature of being characters without all that much to do. This is a great play for classically trained actors, as the characters slip in and out of Greek oratation/Shakespearian verse. The theatre references are fun for a sophisticated crowd, but all audiences can relate to the love story and delimma of self-esteem.