The Hot Month

“A totemic necklace of teeth and the otherworldly beep of a heart monitor bind the three central characters (a woman, her brother, and his lover) in Taylor Mac’s The Hot Month, a play that addresses the weighty issues of time and love with an ardent and humorous eye. The narrative follows the characters’ efforts to get somewhere, but their declared physical destinations are ultimately less important than the metaphysical journeys they’re taking. An uncommon and thought-provoking production.” – Flavorpill
Directed by Marc Parees
Performed by Ken Bolden, Paul Caiola, Samantha Desz, Pamela Dunlap, Vince Gatton
Costumes by Cheryl McCarron
Sets by Katherine McCauley
Sound by Ernie Rich
Lights by Carrie Wood
Center Stage, produced by Boomerang Theatre Company, 2003