Four New Yorkers seek shelter, both physical and spiritual, in a variety of temporary abodes and in one another in this smart and sexy comedy. Named as one of the Ten Best Plays by New York Magazine and lauded by Variety for its “bracing wit and intelligence,” the play re-casts the old relationship questions as real estate issues—who will move in with whom and what will be the price of this commitment? Berman finds a fresh and funny way of examining the trials and tribulations of being on your own in a bewildering existential landscape.
Hunting and Gathering
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