Outside is a hurricane. Sal finds herself in a flooded bodega where she meets Ome and a host of other New York characters fleeing the storm. More…
Between boxed wine, ayahuasca, and maybe a seance, it is disaster that brings us closer together and true intimacy is found when we least expect it. "Hurricane Sleep" is a sonata of floating and drowning, a story of fleeing and finding, of what we hold onto and what remains when we are forced to let go.
See it if You like the challenges of conceptual theatre. This play is replete with poetry. It has gravitas and it elicits lighthearted laughs as well.
Don't see it if You are looking for conventional narrative.