What happens when someone you love dearly begins to fade before your eyes? In this off-Broadway world premiere, Jennifer Blackmer's emotionally-charged drama chronicles the experience of loss and the relationship between a mother and daughter, and the terminal illness that divides them. Philosophy and physics professor Joy sees life through the lens of space and time, having spent much of it seeking the scientific explanations behind the four dimensions. When her glamorous, lively mother George is diagnosed with terminal cancer and contracts chemo induced dementia, Joy is unable to find any rational explanation for the sadness that engulfs her, turning to hospice nurse Anna for help. An avid knitter with an unusual way of looking at things, Anna may have a thing or two to teach Joy about loss and letting go.

Jennifer Blackmer
Kathryn MacMillan
Kathryn MacMillan is a Philadelphia based director who has earned a reputation for directing classical texts, contemporary plays, and comedies of all kinds with freshness and clarity, tackling plays about big ideas and scientific concepts, and shaping great ensemble acting. She has developed and directed numerous new plays.
Lighting Designer: 
Kate McGee
Costume Designer: 
Elivia Bovenzi
Venue : 
Clurman Theatre, Theatre Row NYC

Theatre Row is an Off-Broadway multi-theater complex in the heart of the Theater District that serves as an affordable home for performing artist organizations, and a lively, accessible venue for diverse audiences. Located just two blocks from Times Square, Theatre Row offers theater rentals, rehearsal studio rentals, office space, ticketing and box office, as well as tech support to actors, producers, dancers, and musicians.  Theatre Row encourages its varied mix of nonprofit theater companies to share ideas and resources as they work in its intimate spaces.  Over 160,000 patrons come to Theatre Row each year. Theatre Row is a program of non-profit Building for the Arts NY, Inc.