Down Dangerous Passes Road 
(Canadian Theatre Review n° 102; Talonbooks, Vancouver, 2000)
It is Carl's wedding day. Victor, the eldest of the family, convinces both Carl and his other brother, Ambrose, to come and see his fishing camp in the woods. Many years after their father's death, the three sons revisit the spot where his "accident", to which they were all witness, took place. The thing is, they have had an accident of their own along the way. This is a story of three brothers at odds with communication and the past that won't let them go.
« CARL, appalled: What's he trying to tell us? / VICTOR: I did something worthy of him. / AMBROSE: You shouldn't say that! / VICTOR: In the truck, I saw the trees speeding by, an endless corridor. / CARL: What's he telling us? / VICTOR: The farther we drove, the more memories I left behind - my friends, my wives, my kids. I could hardly wait to reach the bend. I knew I was going to go all the way. Then the partridge ran across the road. »
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