The Shelter presents a new drama about a family reeling from the murders of two of their own. More…
The Hodges have gathered at a family house in the northern reaches of California. As the sentencing of their son and brother’s murderer nears, questions of justice and forgiveness arise, and the family seeks to sift through what has been lost. As they pull at the threads of these issues, new truths begin to unravel. Co-winner of the Best Overall Play at FringeNYC 2015.
See it if you're into family dramas, have a high tolerance for actors yelling / crying / talking at super speed for 90 minutes.
Don't see it if you don't like the above.
Also One of the most beautiful sets I've seen Off Off Broadway.
See it if If you are wanting to witness a beautifully acted and written engrossing family drama, with vital and relevant issues.
Don't see it if If you are looking for musical theatre.
See it if you like provocative, thoughtful drama. This one raises all kinds of issues about how violence effects families.
Don't see it if you are looking for fluffy summer fun. This has a lot of humor, but it is pretty dark and unsettling.