Having Hope At Home
Carolyn’s got one evening to make dinner, get married, make peace with her parents, and hide the fact she’s in labour. What could possibly go wrong?
Having Hope at Home is a side-splitting look at a family learning to love again. On a cold winter night, in a drafty farmhouse, a baby is about to arrive. But good intentions dissolve as modern medicine meets midwifery in a torrent of family feuding. As tensions rise between three stubborn generations, so does the laughter. It takes a baby to heal the rift in this hilarious, heart-warming story of forgiveness and hope. A light comedy with serious intentions, Playwright David S. Craig shows us how the human heart sometimes takes the longest way home.