BY HEIDI SCHRECK
DIRECTED BY JASON TAMBORINI
Shelley spends her days running a soup kitchen in the Bronx, her sense of purpose inseparable from her religious faith, though both have begun to waver. Emma, a college dropout looking for direction, arrives at the kitchen hoping to find it there. She brings a much needed jolt to the place, but her energy also proves unsettling. Emma’s mix of generosity and self-involvement push Shelley to a breaking point, where she finally asks herself how well she really knows the people she sees every day, how much she can trust them, and what she can and cannot forgive.
All Production Photos by Teresa Castracane