New York City
Peter Aterman’s one-man comedy Slaves of Starbucks debuts in New York after a successful run at the Toronto Fringe Festival. The seventy minute, seventeen character piece journeys through the great and trivial issues of the 20th century. Sturctured as a plane trip into the subconscious, it delves into everything from the cult of celebrity to the naked worship of stock market success to the death of religion. Christopher Caines directs.