Having Hope at Home
February 1 - 17, 2018
By Canadian Playwright David S. Craig
Director: Michele Moore
Stage Manager: Carolyn Boyer
The play opens in a dilapidated, draughty old farmhouse in rural Ontario. We meet grandfather Bingham, who shares the ancestral dairy farm with his granddaughter and her fiancé. They await the estranged parents for dinner in the hopes of resolving the family feud. This side splitting comedy mixes up long standing disputes, adds a midwife, and finally teaches us how to love again with the birth of the fourth generation of Bingham. A heartwarming story that will leave you in tears – of laughter and compassion.