Josie Mitchell's sister Laurel thinks she's come home to help save the family orchard. Her brother-in-law thinks she's there to talk the pregnant Laurel into selling the family business. The new manager Grady Mackenzie just thinks she's trouble with a capital T. They're all right... and all wrong. Because no one really knows what drove Josie from home in the first place. Why she pushes herself so hard. And nobody is prepared for the surprising new fruit she'll find on her last trip home.
The only life Gracie has ever known has been the nursing home and the residents who are like family to her. Now, she risks losing it all and her friends scattering to different homes if she can’t come up with the money to save the business. Between caring for his ailing mother and running the family farm, Brandt is stretched thin. Too thin. When his mother begs him to enter a local scavenger hunt, win the prize money, and convert the farm into an orchard, he knows he can’t refuse her…
Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov an impoverished landowning family is unable to face the fact that their estate is about to be auctioned off. Lopakhin, a local merchant, presents numerous options to save it, including cutting down their prized cherry orchard. But the family is stricken with denial. The Cherry Orchard charts the precipitous descent of a wealthy family and in the process creates a bold meditation on social change and bourgeois materialism.
If the Robinson family of five years ago could talk with the Robinson family of today about home orchards, the Robinsons of five years ago would have been saved a lot of trouble. Now perhaps we can save you that trouble!