Matthew Widman’s In the Garden portrays a family in crisis. Beloved father Arthur is fighting a losing battle with Alzheimer’s disease and his three grown children, Peter, Karen, and Jamie, have gathered at the family house to decide how to best take care of him. But the choices are not easy. While Arthur may wander off or lash out in anger or forget the names of his grandchildren at times, at other times he is lucid, funny and wise. Long-ingrained familial tensions boil to the surface as Peter, Karen, and Jamie struggle to treasure their father’s last cogent moments before he is lost to them forever.