An elderly couple and aunt are waiting for a daughter to arrive home after years in Australia, but she is taking her time and the waiting is difficult. Dialogue is repeated over and over, each repetition sending the story veering in lurid and comical directions.
"Intriguing.... Though it feels like the Marx Brothers had a hand in it, Heart's Desire
really owes more to the bleak landscape of Beckett." - NY Daily News
"Fresh and surprising .... The funniest show in town." - NY Post
"Achingly, aggressively funny.... Blue Heart plants seeds that keep germinating in your mind long after the plays are over." - The New York Times