A mysterious stranger named Will takes a job at a Hobby Lobby in Boise, Idaho, to reconnect with his estranged son, Alex. As fellow employees begin to uncover dark secrets about Will's past, and his son becomes increasingly interested in why he left his church, Will must make a choice: can he have a normal life and healthy relationship with his son, or should he hold on to the beliefs that give his life meaning?
"[An] anxious, funny look at the messianic and mundane in America . . . Hunter delivers characters and their crucibles with tenderness and rage. For all its mistrust of religion, the play is a kind of prayer." --LA Times
2011 Obie Award for Playwriting, Drama Desk Nominee for Best Play