Horizon Theatre
through September 24, 2023

This is the third of Deborah Zoe Laufer’s plays to hit the stage at Horizon; and it is quite spectacular. The writer likes to have casts with several women and this is no different in that Jade Davis, Mary Lynn Owen and Maria Rodriguez-Sager compose the total cast of three under the direction of Justin Anderson.

The sisters Hazel (Mary Lynn) and Emory (Maria) seem to be deep into a difficult relationship, rooted in Hazel’s social problems, and life style. While I can’t tell you abut the specifics of the story, I can say that it relates to how a cult might be formed, without intentions, and how to respond.

What will truly blow your minds is the set that is a totally different one designed by the sisters Curley-Clay. This is one of those plays that runs in one act of about 100 minutes and is set in a small town north of NYC in these current weird times.

This show will close towards the end of September and the next production will come to life October 20th as the Great Comet of 1812. More info and tickets easy to obtain at