A moving, emotionally charged story of loss, bereavement, and unfaltering hope.
Denise has spent the last five years dedicated to uncovering the truth behind her sister Michelle’s disappearance. Haunted by loose ends, she begins seeing visions of Michelle, who gradually guides her in the right direction. As Denise’s marriage and sanity crumble around her, she remains committed to unearthing an unfathomable truth, and coming to terms with a painfully crucial realization—one she has been desperately avoiding.
Keith Barker is a Métis artist from Northwestern Ontario. A graduate of the George Brown Theatre School, he has worked professionally as an actor, playwright, and a director for the past sixteen years. He is a recipient of the SATAward for Excellence in Playwriting, and the Yukon Arts Audience Award for Best Art for Social Change for his play The Hours That Remain. He is currently serving as a theatre program officer at the Canada Council for the Arts in Ottawa.