BY SAMUEL D. HUNTER
DIRECTED BY ERIC TING
APRIL 6 – MAY 1, 2016
Alice and Connor sit by their roadside stand selling cheap fireworks while developers swallow the land around them. Promised a condo in the new development, their future is secure. Enter Marnie, Alice’s long lost granddaughter, proposing to buy the land to save her family legacy. Marnie and Alice will become reacquainted with each other’s deeply held secrets, uncertain pasts, and hopeful futures. Hunter, a 2014 MacArthur Fellowship recipient, explores the emotional frontiers of a family struggling to make a home in the vastness of the American landscape with affection, poignancy, and a profound sense of empathy.
The performance runs approximately 90 minutes.
Set Design: Wilson Chin
Production Stage Managers: Charles M. Turner III
Casting: Calleri Casting
This project is supported in part by
Opening Night Sponsor
E. Helen Kauder