"The Most Unlikely Night" might describe the angels perspective on Jesus coming to earth as a human baby. This imagined story begins with the archangel Gabriel conveying the momentous news to his senior cadets, who in turn will help the rest of the angelic population understand the unprecedented event about to occur. 'How is he going to fit inside a baby?' is the question that must be answered. The interactions of Gabriel and his fellow angels with the humans involved in Jesus' birth shed fresh insight into what might have gone on in the hearts and minds of Zechariah, Elizabeth, Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds. Innocent wonder and down-to-earth humour spring forth from this heavenly perspective on the world's most famous birth. Realistic images add immeasurably to the emotion of the story and bring new life to the Bibles' treasured characters.
Robyn Brown wrote The Most Unlikely Night as a play to be performed for children 15 years ago. She has directed its performance with children's groups in several states, coaching her own children in the process. She has worked in the ministry, received her bachelor's degree as a 40-year-old mother of four and owns an art gallery and realty company.