The show ends, sweetly if not a little sadly, with the two of them outside, not in front of a miniature, black and white screen. The father teaches the son the names of the trees on his property.
Sin shows how a late arrival to self-awareness, coupled with self-forgiveness, is better than a lifetime of ignorance. While the concept ane plotting are good, the script doesn't hold together.
Giving new meaning to the expression, "Oh, our child is growing up so fast", Mr. Marmalade at the Garage Theatre in LA poses and then answers an intriguing question: What if there's no refuge in a little girl's dreams?