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.
Directed by Jonathan Berry
“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