Written by Gary Winter
Directed by José Zayas
ABOUT THE PLAY
When Tamara and Victor are asked to watch Lorena, a 15-year-old Honduran, for a few days until her new employers can pick her up, they begin to understand how easy it is to become complicit when it comes to exploiting refugees in a world that leaves few options for those escaping violence in the Americas.
Gary Winter was a member of OBIE-Award winning 13P. His plays have been seen at the Actor’s Theatre of Louisville (2015 Heideman Award), P.S. 122, The Flea, The Chocolate Factory, Defunkt Theater, HERE, and the Cherry Lane Alternative. Support from The Dramatists Guild, EST, The New Group, Playwrights Horizons, The Lark, MacDowell and YADDO. Gary tutors incarcerated individuals through the Petey Greene Program and is a mentor/editor with the Pen Prison Writing Program. Gary’s new work, Pi’ilani and Ko’olau, will be performed by composer Jonathan Newman at Florida State University in fall, 2019. MFA: NYU