September 15 - October 2

By Samuel D. Hunter

In a dying town, in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark, two young men toil away in the stockroom of a big box store, stocking shelves, making jokes, and complaining about management.  They cling to the hope of a beautiful future while navigating a deeply uncertain present.  Playwright Samuel D. Hunter captures, perfectly, these lives of quiet desperation who yearn for a better life and a place to call home.

“Leave it to Hunter, right at this moment, to find something beautiful beyond dispute that unites us as Americans, and as all people living here.”  -NY Stage Review