"A super-odd playlet about a Kansas Holidome that reaches consciousness and begins to observe its denizens. Richard Thieriot is purely wonderful as an oilfield lobbyist giving a sweaty presentation about coyote eradication, and the play's geologic time scale-a glacier slowly comes and carries the hotel complex away-strikes a interesting combined note of despair and non-anthropocentric hope." Full Review
See it if Hotel with life as describe. The dance of rain storms is excellent. Small casts. This is a 70-minute play that is well worth going to see.
Don't see it if Not a big budget play. If not Open minded, not for you.
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