John J. Wooten
Tucked away near a boat dock on a remote island, a small house becomes a safe haven away from the rest of the world. A play in two acts, in two distinct moments in time, Wayfarers explores the tenuous nature of love in its different forms. In September of 2019, when JP arrives a weekend early to the island, Wade takes him in sparking an unexpected connection that neither of them knew they needed. And in September of 1979, when Owen and Vern meet for their annual weekend getaway, significant moments in their personal lives force them to reevaluate what they want and who they are to each other.
Vapor Face by Joelle Zazz
every little thing
We all long for connection. But what happens when it becomes your currency? The way you structure your day. The way you pay for a meal. Your last viable resource in an isolated, independent world. That is the question we watch unfold as a homeless woman on the streets of New York navigates grief and survival using one of the greatest joys in her life: human connection. How will our hero cope? Will she ever let go? Find out in the tales of…every little thing.
Dogs Through Us by Ryuuchi Kariyawasam-Chavez
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