Jon Robin Baitz's Three Hotels is an unflinching and deeply human examination of two lives collapsing under the weight of their participation in the multinational corporate world. Ken Hoyle is a hatchet man for a company that sells baby formula (often with disastrous results) to third world countries. It's been a long time since he and his wife Barbara were idealistic Peace Corps volunteers. But this moral compromise has taken its toll -- in the worst way imaginable, and now Ken and Barbara have reached a point of no return.
In this three monologue journey, we sit in three hotel rooms in three different parts of the world and watch a man and a woman set out to parts unknown with much to contemplate, searching for answers and aching for redemption.