Here we are in Pittsburgh again; this time either the late 1930s or late 1940s. The scene is Doakers house. Doaker is a railroad man. (Sound familiar?) The center of action is an upright piano that is generations old. His niece wont part with it; her brother intends to sell it so that he can take the train back home and buy a farm. (Sound familiar?) If you recognize all this, you must have read Two Trains Running. Let the battle begin. Enter Doakers inebriate, piano playing brother; also a ghost that the entire family sees at one time or another. He wont let them move the piano either. Its the old sot who finally settles the matter.