The award-winning author of The Drawer Boy and Plan B takes us on a twenty-five-year-long trip to the family cottage.
Three generations of women—the eldest incapable of keeping stories to herself, her two daughters on the verge of making life-altering decisions, a granddaughter wise beyond her years. Through years of summers, these women attempt to relate to one another, but often prove that blood isn't all that ties them together.
"...[a] stunning and brave new play."- Globe and Mail