A luxury sedan, a church pew, a cafeteria table, a favorite TV
show, and visits to a nursing home form the comfortable cycles of
the dull daily life of middle-aged insurance salesman Ken
Carpenter. Then one night, he awakens to find that he no longer
believes in God. To the surprise of his very understanding (to a
point) wife and his two grown daughters who think he has lost his
mind, Ken decides to find himself and his faith by flying to
London, where he was stationed while in the Air Force. He navigates
through the new and somewhat dangerous realm of British
counter-culture and ultimately finds his way back home. Tracy
Letts's moving, funny, and spiritually complex play dares to ask
the big questions, and by doing so, reveals the hidden yearning and
emotion that spur the eccentric behavior of seemingly ordinary
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