Five classmates come together for their thirtieth high-school reunion. Some see it as a welcome trip home, while others see it as an obligation, and a few never even left. But as the night wears on, the one-time classmates start to reconnect and reminisce. And the more alcohol that’s consumed the closer the friends come to confronting their darkest secrets.
Once again, Daniel MacIvor proves to us that just because we’re all grown up doesn’t mean we have everything figured out. His characters are sometimes naive, often crass, but always honest. As they try to reclaim their high-school glory days, these five friends charge headfirst into the secrets they all tried to run so far from.
"MacIvor… so completely immerses the audience in the world of Laura (Boots) Boutlier, Paul (Nurk) Kenney, Dougie (Dookie) Duke, Kathy (Bitsy) Cameron and Jeff (Heffer) MacInnis that you feel as if they are your classmates." —Andrea Nemetz, The Chronicle Herald, Halifax
"A sharp, sweet delight." —Kate Watson, The Coast