“It is a thinking person's art, not merely an evening's entertainment."
"The play explores the genesis of democratic society which we moderns have come to take more or less for granted. … [W]hen the past’s answers to life’s questions are no longer valid, the messy, confusing and very human chore of finding new answers in a world torn apart are excruciatingly difficult… Parish Dunkeld’s strength comes from the playwright’s ability to avoid a quick and too easy resolution.”
Philadelphia Gay News
In rural Scotland in 1793, a small parish believes it is safe from the revolutions shaking the world. But when a well-intentioned man of reason arrives, bringing violent upheaval, the people of Parish Dunkeld must fight their way back from the brink.