Quincy Tyler Bernstine*
Isiah Whitlock Jr.*
*Labyrinth Theater Company Member
In Washington, D.C., a widow named O is trying to figure out whether life is worth re-engaging with. In her path are the 1968 riots, the first Gulf War, the Freedom of Information Act and herself. There’s also an archivist named Keith, a cop named Perry and a kid named Cleo. And finally there’s the question of just how much about anything we really need to know.
“Tiberghien and her cast make certain that every acting choice is perfectly pitched and that the extreme emotions of the characters are staggeringly heartfelt.”
“Meaningful reflections on the thirst for knowledge and its empowering effects.”
– The New York Times