The employees of a failing tourist trap are terrified of change. As they discuss years of coworking and plans for the future, a natural disaster forces them to take steps in a new direction.
A staged reading of a new play by Sam Silbiger, developed through ESPA/Primary Stages.
BLAZE FERRER is a performance maker based in Brooklyn. He has made work for HERE Arts Center, AUNTS, Dixon Place, and chashama, among other circumstances. He has performed for Radiohole, minor theater, and The Drunkard's Wife, among others.
DEIDREA HAMID is a performer and person based in Brooklyn.
SAM SILBIGER (playwright) is a writer, performer, and visual artist. His work has been seen at JACK, The Tank, Ars Nova, The Irondale Center, chashama, and The Secret Theater. He has also collaborated with folks including Target Margin Theater, The Bushwick Starr, and This Is Not a Theater Company.
Special thanks to Stephen Smith, Shane Dutta, and Lucie Lyon.