Winner! TIME Magazine Ten Best Pays of the Year
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." - The New York Times "Homelessness, Glowacki seems to be saying,... is a condition of the soul." - New York Post