Arlington, by Tony Award-winning Irish playwright and director Enda Walsh, is making its American debut. The play is simultaneously Walsh's most personal and most politically inspired work to date. In a new world order, Isla sits and waits in a waiting room. A man watches her, documents her every move, and pulls her dreams from her. Today someone will die, and everything will be different from now on. Against this terrifying backdrop, Arlington dares to imagine that the individual might somehow survive — and that there is still a place for love.