Martin is an estimator for a removal company, professionally trained to help people with the stressful process of moving house. But no amount of training can prepare him for his latest job…
Yonni and her granddaughter Sharday share a clutter-filled home in the suburban outskirts, surrounded by mementoes of their past, until Yonni’s daughter Karen decides it’s time for a change.
As Martin desperately tries to assist with their move, comic misunderstandings pile up and connections are revealed that turn his life upside down.
Following the success of Eating Ice Cream With Your Eyes Closed, David Brown’s latest play examines the bonds of family with this heartfelt story of three generations of suburban fringe dwellers.