'This is a play about Des Wilson, an ordinary bloke. His family is grown up and he is in a stable, if rusty, relationship with his wife Barbara. Then Des is diagnosed with prostate cancer. Despite the controversy about how to treat the disease, he opts for surgery, which, though successful, leaves him impotent. In the process, Des and Barbara actually come closer than ever and the disparate family is also re-united. So, a tragic subject is treated positively and with comedy, the best way to deal with matters which might otherwise confront and intimidate an audience.
Although the problem faced by the central character is prostate cancer, the play looks at all aspects of men's health, especially their relationships, intimacy and the difficulty they face talking about such problems. It also examines the impact of cancer on the whole family.' (Source: http://bsp.net.au/page2.html )