In 2012, Landon Jorgenson had written a short story about a Jewish girl who fell in love with a blind man. Teachers at the time encouraged Landon to have the story published, but it was forgotten…
In 2018, the story was rediscovered in a pile of old pages. Landon then took the story and wrote a full length script from the original.
With the help of a good friend, Jodi Woollam, and Theatre Saskatchewan Inc., the script was ready for to be performed.
The production was scheduled to hit the stage in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan in 2020, but due to the pandemic, it was cancelled.
While pandemic regulations were in effect, it was decided that the show could be a musical. Toshio Hiraswa, Roger Motz, Soroush Teymouri and Anushka Abraham were brought on board to compose the songs for the show.
Finally in 2021, the show was performed at the Shriners Hall in Regina Saskatchewan with an overwhelming turnout.