Decades ago, Victor Franz (Academy Award and Tony Award nominee Mark Ruffalo) gave up his education for an unfulfilling career in law enforcement. Now about to retire, he’s returned to his childhood home to sell the last of his once-wealthy family’s valuables. His wife (Tony Award nominee Jessica Hecht) hopes the profits will give them a new start. But Victor insists some sacrifices can never be unmade… until he encounters a 90-year-old furniture dealer (Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Danny DeVito, in his Broadway debut) whose vivacity makes him rethink what is still possible. When his estranged brother (Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Tony Shalhoub) arrives with his own regrets and accusations, Victor must decide whether he can finally make peace with the past—while there’s time left to have a future.