Having Hope at Home
By David S. Craig
Directed by Andrew North
For Carolyn Bingham, there's a lot riding on tonight's family dinner. She wants to patch things up with her perpetually disapproving parents. She wants peace between the man she loves and her ornery grandfather. She wants a perfectly cooked turkey. Carolyn is determined to make an impressive domestic showing, and she's not going to let the discomforts of pregnancy get in her way.
But when the family gathers in Carolyn's dilapidated farmhouse, all of the old tensions and hurts gather with them. It isn't long before the awkward moments and familiar arguments begin to pile up. Even the turkey won't cooperate. And as if that isn't enough, those pains Carolyn has been feeling all evening are getting stronger ... and stronger ...
Hilarious and moving, Having Hope at Home is all about the pleasure, pain, and redemptive power of family. The Binghams will never forget this evening. Neither will you.
|Richard Binsley||William Bingham|
|Laura Condlln||Carolyn Bingham|
|Jacklyn Francis||Dawn Shaw|
|Jerry Franken||Russell Bingham|
|Pamela Haig Bartley||Jane Bingham|
|Nicolas Van Burek||Michel Charbonneau|
|Jessica Poirier-Chang||Set/Costume Designer|
|Renee Brode||Lighting Designer|
|Esther Howie||Stage Manager|
|Nicole Lamb||Assistant Stage Manager|