SHORT: When a hurricane is threatening to rip apart the last connection you have to your past, its your life worth risking to save it?
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  • Franky Gonzalez:
    12 Dec. 2018
    The heartbreak of leaving behind what you know, to say goodbye to the things that hold the most value to you and to go into the unknown sit at the heart of this piece that is less drama and more grief examined for the always wounded and always maligned Puerto Rico. Nelson Diaz-Marcano creates a laugh and a quiet reminder of the coming end of anything we held yesterday and leaving us with only the future. A bright one? ¿Quién sabe? But a future, nonetheless. A beautiful play. My only gripe: Chayanne is totally a superstar, not local!
  • Lee R. Lawing:
    7 Sep. 2018
    A touching play about family and honoring one’s home and those memories of it. It pulls at the heart with its characters and action. It would make a great addition to any short play festival.
  • Rachel Bublitz:
    12 Apr. 2018
    Haunting and engaging short play. It makes you question what home is, and how or if we can get by without the physical house that last held our loved ones.

Production History

  • Professional
    Step1 Theatre Project