News of her brothers' deaths brings excommunicated Miri home to her Amish family, only to discover her parents have taken in the man who killed them. The family fights for faith in the midst of loss, old wounds, and the daily toil of loving their neighbor.
Following the Friday night performance (Feb. 28) we will have a post-show discussion with a panel of representatives from Dordt University and Family Crisis Centers.
Following the Saturday night performance (Feb. 29) we are having a celebration of our costumer of 17 years, Sue Blom, who is retiring after this year! Join us immediately following the show for a costume parade and refreshments!
*Due to sensitive content and mature language, we recommend this show for mature audiences only.
Regarding sensitive content: The action of the play includes moments leading up to a sexual assault. While not described, the fact of the assault is discussed by characters in the play. If you have further questions regarding the subject matter, please call the department chair, Teresa Ter Haar (712-722-6207).