What happens when someone is overwhelmed by a desire to help? Does it matter if people only do good in order to feel good? One of Canada's finest playwrights tackles tricky questions in Generous?four short interconnected plays that explore the complications and moral ambiguity created by the altruistic impulse. By turns hilarious, shocking, moving, and politicallyPMO, a minority government teeters on the brink of falling when an MP appears, soaked in blood. In The Death of the Alberta Report, a cutOne begins with an excruciating postLily kicks off with a spectacular battle over a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Each play contains a generous deed. And in the second half, the surprising consequences of those four seemingly unrelated acts of generosity will take your breath away.