Who are we, what are we doing here, and why is it so?
Faced with the loss of a parent, do we rage against the universe, search for connection or hope for an epiphany?
On the beaches of northern New South Wales, theatre director Will has planned to share a restful, halcyon Christmas with his recently-widowed mother. But then she falls ill.
During a bedside vigil, Will is forced to piece together the shards of his life. He questions his role as an artist, a son and a citizen of the world.
Another moving and life-affirming work by Australian playwright Michael Gow.