One year after a tragedy, two couples sit down to dinner. Far from finding the closure they seek, the dinner strips bare their good intentions to reveal layers of parental, sexual, and political hypocrisy. 

Written by Jordan Tannahill
Directed by Peter Pasyk
Produced by Naomi Skwarna
Stage Management by Emilie Aubin
Set and Lighting by Patrick Lavender
Featuring Mark Correia, Rosemary Dunsmore, Paul Fauteux, Richard Greenblatt & Fiona Highet

SummerWorks Performance Festival
Lower Ossington Theatre, Toronto
August 9 - 18, 2013

2013 Best Production and Audience Choice Award, SummerWorks
2013 Herman Voaden Playwriting Competition
2012 Enbridge playRites Award
2012 Uprising National Playwriting Competition

"...a powerfully polarizing script. There is humour and heartbreak in equal parts..." 10/10 - Carly Maga, The Grid TO

“Tannahill's subtle writing examines divergent approaches to parenthood without condemning anyone, as well as the challenges of childrearing in the 21st century.” NNNN - Debbie Fein-Goldback, NOW Magazine

“If it takes a village to raise a child, then who’s to blame when one falls by the wayside? That’s the question lurking at the heart of Jordan Tannahill’s searing, unforgettable drama. There are no easy answers to be found here, only the shattered realities of two families struggling to put a terrible ordeal in the past.” 5/5 stars - Kevin Scott, Torontoist