New York City
In the summer of 1960, hurricane Donna ravages the northeast, and a Puerto Rican family of three who has never left home before moves to rural Long Island. Evalisse, Fernán, and their son Jaivín rent a dilapidated little house on the property of an old middle-class Italian named Charlie. Tensions rise between the families of old immigrants and new. Written and directed by Jose Rivera, this autobiographical play explores female friendship and the price of assimilation and the American way of life with humor, tears, and a final, healing reckoning.
Final performance: December 9, 2023
Final performance: December 17, 2023
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