A group of friends gather to celebrate the homecoming of two of their group, who went overseas after an unfortunate fire wiped out their home and possessions. When the pair arrive, however, their friends learn the truth: they never left to go overseas. Instead, they had relocated to the Hyatt, discovered themselves (and an inward light) and undergone a spiritual epiphany. This is a thoughtful and entertaining play about what happens when cynicism is confronted by faith. (3 male, 3 female).
Joanna Murray-Smith is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter and novelist based in Melbourne. Her plays, including: Atlanta, Flame, Honour, Bombshells, Love Child, Nightfall, Rapture and Redemption, have been produced around the world. Honour has been produced in over two dozen countries, including productions on Broadway and at the National Theatre in London and most recently in the West End. She has published three novels and has written extensively for television, fiction: anthologies, journals and radio.