This new drama from the Cherry Lane Mentor Project tells the story of what happens when a young married woman leaves her wife for a month in the wilderness. More…
Tiffany is 30, directionless, and the sole subject of her wife's photography career. So when she absconds on a month-long hiking trip to think, both women find themselves questioning everything from the future of their marriage to the true meaning of a moment captured in time.
See it if you’d like a profound consideration about how the most loving of gazes can become a prison for the loved one.
Don't see it if you are looking for light entertainment: this one goes deep.
See it if Multiple roles/relationships get complicated: Photographer/subject, professor/student, spouse/friend, participant/observer, lover/exploited.
Don't see it if Plot adds multiple interesting conflicts and ultimately leaves their resolution uncertain. Lack of communication (silence) is a common flaw.
See it if First of all, I don't know anyone affiliated with this play. This was- hands-down - one of the best plays I have EVER seen and from an up-&-
Don't see it if Coming playwright at that. The mentor did a great job. Aside from some diction issues, from the male actor, superb job all around. So smart,
See it if into the convo about objectification in art and in love (particularly thru race/age lens), you like a slow burn of 2 people growing closer
Don't see it if relationships with large age gaps or btw professor/student are triggering
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