Siblings face a difficult choice when their lives are put on hold to care for their ill father.
Multi-award-winning novelist Kevin Barry pens his first original play, a dark comedy about familial relations. In it, siblings May and Timothy carry the burden of their father's illness while also wrestling with dreams of their own. Since they are not getting any younger, they question whether it is best to stay and help the father, who has taken to bed, or if it's time to move on. The witty, dark comedy was called "brilliant" by The Irish Independent and marks the reopening of Irish Rep's Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage.