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Selected by TIME Magazine as one of the ten best plays of the year, Antigone in New York concerns a homeless Puerto Rican woman who wants to steal the body of her lover from Potter's Field and bury it in a city park. She and her accomplices, two homeless Eastern European refugees, end up with the wrong body and a myriad of problems.
"Witty and acerbic." TIME Magazine
"As comic as it is devastating, this dark, giddy play derives its power from the sinister fusion of impossibility with truth." Time Out
"Hilarious." N.Y. Times