A Kingdom, A Country, or a Wasteland in the Snow is the story of a "hole-y" family: a mother, a father and two daughters, Luba - young and tough, and Lisa - older and an easy prey for love. They breed hares in a cold country where it is always night. The tragedy takes place on one of these endless nights: Luba and Lisa go hunting and instead of hares, they end up hunting a man, Reo, an orphan who is slightly wild, somewhat mentally challenged. With his arrival to the house, family chaos begins. A Kingdom, A Country, or a Wasteland in the Snow is presented as part of BAiT (Buenos Aires in Translation), an international theatrical collaboration bringing together four of the most dynamic playwrights from Buenos Aires, Argentina (Lola Arias, Federico León, Rafael Spregelburd, and Daniel Veronese) with four U.S.-based directors (Brooke O'Harra with her company The Theatre of a Two-Headed Calf, Jay Scheib, Yana Ross and Juan Souki) to present a repertory program of English language world premieres. No performance Sunday, November 5.