Kim and Ben have just divorced after a long marriage, but will a shared tragedy unite them?
In the aftermath of a tragedy that ends Kim and Ben’s marriage, Kim finds herself back in her childhood home, a quiet farm away from the city. Here, she invites Jim, a visiting musician, to stay with her in a bed-and-breakfast arrangement. It’s not long before Kim becomes infatuated with Jim’s sophistication and charm, and with his ability to make her forget her grief temporarily—until it inevitably boils to the surface. With Jim at her side, Kim struggles to navigate through her unresolved grief and begins to explore her buried feelings.
Joan Burrows won several awards for her first play, Staff Room, upon its first production in 2004. Since then she has written The Photograph, which won an ACT-CO Award for Best New Canadian Play, and Willow Quartet, which received Theatre Aurora’s Playwrights Spring Award in 2009. Joan is a retired high-school teacher of English and Dramatic Arts.