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Two people. Stuck together during Hurricane Sandy. It's not exactly what you think.
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  • Toby Malone:
    25 Feb. 2021
    A brilliantly snappy situational piece from Jordan Ford that uses the backdrop of Hurricane Sandy to bottle two strangers for long enough for them to impact one anothers' lives. The characters are specific, vibrant, and human, with major flaws and admirable integrity, and it's beautiful to see Jack grow over the course of this chance encounter.
  • Molly Wagner:
    6 Jul. 2020
    The characters in this play are so specific and defined and the fast-paced dialogue and banter would be a blast for actors to play. I was rooting for Jack and Leona from the beginning, especially when he handed her the towel the the L.
  • Jordan Elizabeth Henry:
    15 Feb. 2018
    What a lovely play about connection, vulnerability, and possibility. Leona and Jack come to each other under strange circumstances, but they end up connecting in surprising ways. Jordan Ford's dialogue is air-tight, natural, and -easy- : there's such a wonderful ease about the way these character's communicate. And Ford captures really perfectly how disorienting it is to be 26-years-old without a plan or sense of purpose. I love Jack and Leona; I'm excited to read more of Jordan Ford's work.