Throughout the year we organize free and low-cost readings of new and established work that explores questions of alienation and reconciliation. Refreshments and conversation always to follow. We hope you will join us for these exciting one-night only events.
SEA DOG THEATER IN ASSOCIATION WITH OLMSTED SALON
'The Rare Biosphere'
BY Chris Cragin-Day
when: Friday, June 22nd at 8pm
where: Olmsted Salon, 209 E. 16th Street
Sophie, a Honduran-American teenager comes home from school to find that her parents have been deported. She immediately goes into bunker-down survival mode. Sophie is a bright student with plans for college, but now she must take responsibility for her younger siblings. Her plan is complicated by a well-meaning high school friend who, in a series of attempts to ask her out, discovers her secret.
Natalia Plaza & Zachary Owens