Three days before Christmas, a snowstorm has closed the airport and stranded travelers on their way home for the holidays. Behind each face is a story: the young man returning to make amends for a past left behind 15 years earlier; the young woman who feels she's a failure, running home to Daddy after her marriage falls apart; and the man who's too proud to admit he was wrong and restore a severed relationship with his brother. Also there's the young wife who's more comfortable spending Christmas in an airport with strangers than at home without her husband and the contented Christian who is patiently waiting for his trip home, finally to be reunited with those dearest to his heart. As each story unfolds, strangers become friends, supporters and, most importantly, witnesses that the truth of Christmas can change a person's life. A simple set makes "Heading Home" easy to present while believable characters will involve and encourage the viewers. This distinctly Christian drama will touch the hearts and emotions of all those who have ever longed to be "Heading Home." (A sequel to this play is "Christmas Roses.") About 45 minutes.