If you donGÇÖt know who you are and you donGÇÖt know where youGÇÖre headed, you might find yourself spiralling in circles until you come to rest in a crummy two-star hotel, where the service is churlish, the lift doesnGÇÖt work, and the pot plants set off your allergies. But keep your expectations low, really low, and who knows? You might be pleasantly surprised by how everything works out. Award-winning playwright Daniel KeeneGÇÖs play is an eccentric fable about taking up residence and trying to move on.
Life Without Me