Danny and the Deep Blue Sea is a play about forgiveness when you can't forgive yourself. Danny and Roberta, two societal outcasts, find themselves together in a bar in the East Bronx at the end of their ropes. Roberta is a jobless, deeply troubled woman still living at her parents' home with her son. Danny is battered, bruised and a brute force of a man who knows no way of expressing himself other than through his fists. Having no one else to turn to, both Danny and Roberta collide headfirst into one another, and find the only way they can go on is through a hope that lies beyond themselves.