Two Sons in the Sea (one act, companion to Islands)

Marta cares for her son Jeffrey, home recovering from an emergency appendectomy, and her other son Edwin, who has returned in crisis to talk with his father, Walt.  While waiting for Walt to arrive, Marta learns that Edwin’s crisis is eerily reminiscent of one earlier in her own life.  The winding path that led Marta from then to now has brought her to Christ, and to demonstrate His higher power, Marta delicately reveals her earlier crises.  In doing so, she exposes a fabricated past that has served as the cornerstone truth on which they have built their family.

1f, 2m, 20 to 45
David Michael Erickson