Six urbanites take their troubles to the woods and attempt to work them out at a secluded spiritual retreat. Attendees may not speak for the entire week, clothing is optional at the lake, and beware of bears. The isolating silence collides with the human ache to connect. How do we address life's biggest questions when words fail us? Small Mouth Sounds by Bess Wohl is a Chicago premiere that is at once strange and compassionate, awkward and graceful, silly and profound.