After renowned actor Arthur Leander tragically collapses onstage, Jeevan Chaudhary and young Kirsten Raymonde have a chance meeting – and soon face an important decision that could save their lives.
Twenty years later, Kirsten and her Shakespearean troupe, the Traveling Symphony, meet a mysterious man on their way to perform at St. Deborah-by-the-Water.
While fighting for her only chance at survival, Miranda Carroll reflects on the cost of her relationships with Arthur and Dr. Eleven.
After Kirsten nudges the Traveling Symphony off-course to help unravel the mystery of the Prophet, a much grimmer truth is revealed.
After an unexpected landing in Severn City, Arthur’s ex-wife Elizabeth, son Tyler, and friend Clark confront an even more uncertain future.
While Kirsten leaves the Traveling Symphony behind to track down the Prophet, the Conductor accepts an invitation for the rest of the grieving troupe that breaks her heart.
On a journey to unravel her deepest trauma, Kirsten goes back to the apartment she once shared with Jeevan and Frank.
Kirsten arrives in Severn City to rescue the Traveling Symphony – only to find herself trapped in a family conflict that began twenty years ago.
Jeevan and Kirsten survive their first winter alone, until an argument sends Jeevan on an unexpected path.
Kirsten sets in motion her plan to free the Traveling Symphony, while Miranda tries to live the right life.