This piece, which ran in the New York International Fringe Festival, was an original play that focused on theme of how easily money can get in the way of our quest for happiness. The backdrop of the play was a storm of epic proportions threatening the lives of New Yorkers including our characters: two women who live in a tunnel underground and a disgruntled 'everyman' business-type. The plot included a catastrophic fire in addition to the tunnel setting and brewing storm, which prompted my concept to lean heavily toward the metaphorical opportunities these aspects presented. In the end, the world we created was abstract and fantastical with a laser-like deliberation toward minimalism as we wanted it to feel like a contemporary piece of mythology geared toward a generation of people stuck in the rat race. Reviewers said of the production, "Economical and sharp, the action of the play carries us almost without breath, at such a pace that we are dizzy from it that it all stops so suddenly and we are left alone to contemplate our thoughts," and it was named Indie Production of the Week by stagebuddy.com.