When asked to sum up in six words what his award winning play, The Kitchen Sink, was about, Tom Wells replied, “A family. A year. A sink.” This is an irresistibly funny play about a working class family with big dreams making small changes. With his skill for acute observation, emotional empathy and his love of eccentricity, Wells has penned an affectionate portrayal of a family attempting to adjust in a changing world. We are invited to share a year with a family whose supposedly ordinary lives are rich with idiosyncrasies, as they struggle with their hang-ups, leaning on one another to get through tough times.