The best part of air travel is yogurt parfaits. Or finding God. Or understanding fate. Or all of the above.
Published in the Stonecoast Review, Summer 2020. Nominated for 2020 Pushcart Prize.
Featured as part of the Samuel French Off Off Broadway Festival, 2022
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2 Sep. 2022
Past or present? Do these two characters have a future? Lots to muse on here about fate and the unknown. ”
Taylor Wendell Lozano:
30 Aug. 2022
Carnes is clearly a writer's writer and does well with forcing us to track two conversations converging on one unknown. The bare bones, absurd experimental structure is in plain language, and yet, leaves a lot up for creative interpretation. Paired with a confusing arc, this piece is perfect for any small group looking to perform a piece that allows them to test the waters as they rehearse. ”
24 Aug. 2022
A Beckettian meditation on guilt and responsibility, on the arbitrariness of fate, and on the need for connection, with a dazzling coup de theatre ending. The only thing better than reading this play would be seeing it produced. ”