Jake is a widower whose life is devoted to his son, a severely disabled seventeen-year-old boy. However, when Jake suddenly develops a serious medical condition, he becomes the one to rely on the people around him. As Jake's condition worsens, an ethical dilemma troubles the household as everyone is forced to consider the possibility of saying goodbye too early.
About the Author
Brad Fraser is a Toronto-based playwright, director, and producer whose work has been greeted with success across the globe and in Canada. Some of his plays include Love and Human Remains, Five @ Fifty, True Love Lies, and Poor Super Man, which was nominated for the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama in 1995.