A new female-centered experimental play about trauma and how healing begins with the most intimate self to reverberate through dimensions of time and being, written and codirected by Andrea Goldman. Julia Watt and Goldman codirect a cast of five.
Set in New York City during Hurricane Sandy, Sal finds herself trapped in a flooding bodega alongside a local girl named Ome. This claustrophobic setting will become Sal's canvas to rapidly flow, like the fast winds that menace the building, in a journey of self-discovery while facing the ghosts from the past and the dreads of the future. Between boxed wine, ayahuasca, and maybe a séance, it is disaster that brings us closer together, and true intimacy is found when we least expect it.