Secrets, dreams, intimacies and coincidences abound in this courageous, hilarious and at times heartbreaking journey of transcendence. An idyllic day is shattered by the innocent observation of a three year old child. So sets a life in motion. Mary McDonald Hamill ("A performer of dignity and grace" The New York Times) writes and performs this Los Angeles premiere solo show, with excerpts from William Shakespeare. Hamill, a New York based actor who has shared the Broadway stage with such luminaries as Carol Channing, Sid Caesar, Leslie Caron and Judd Hirsch, has performed in such film and television shows as The Beniker Gang, Annie McGuire, Little House on the Prairie and Quincy. Directed by Rod Menzies, Producing Director for the EST Summer Conservatory Program in New York, director of more than a dozen solo shows in New York and L.A., including Rich Flisher's Minute by Minute, Elaine Ocasio's All I Ever Wanted, and Alice Johnson's St. Alice of Chattahoochee. Music by Michael Welsh, composer, music producer and orchestrator for film, television and advertising, who has written music for the American Conservatory Theatre, California Theatre Center, Old Globe Theatre in San Diego and Seattle's Intiman Theatre.