A man is alone in an old, decaying townhouse in New York - a rooming house of which he is the sole surviving tenant. He is the last one rooming there. Alone with his memories and a mirror, his thoughts wander and he begins to haunt himself. An ode to solitude and to desire by poet, performer and playright Edgar Oliver. Mr. Oliver fascinated sold-out audiences this spring with his production of East 10th Street: Self Portrait with Empty House. Don't miss this one night event at the 18th Annual HOT! Festival!