New York City
The Sistahs is a bittersweet new play about love and loss set in rural Kansas, written by Harrison Rivers, directed by Matt Torney. Retha and Nina are two sisters struggling to survive after the death of their mother. George has just returned home from the city. They are young and full of dreams, but the dangers of love stretch their delicate world to breaking point.
Let Us Go Then, You and I is directed by James Dacre and inspired by the Dramaticules of Samuel Beckett. Trapped where time stands still and sorrow is silent, three women tell tales of shared experience, growing up and losing sight of what they loved.
The Sistahs and Let Us Go Then, You and I are presented as part of the Collective:Unconscious Underground Zero Festival.
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