In a metaphysical wild west saloon are gathered a Black man named Jim Crow, gunslinger John Wesley Hardin, Sitting Bull, arch capitalist J.P. Standard and wicked Falina, the Mexican saloon girl. There has been no rain for who knows how long. Nothing will induce young George, who sometimes has seizures and dances about causing rain, into a fit. Finally, George spontaneously begins to dance. At the start of the second act, it has been raining for who knows how long. Every effort to force George into a reverse rain dance fails. The play ends with the waters rising and no Ark in sight.
"Sharp satire and wicked parody.... Delightful." - Chicago Tribune
"An eyebrow raising, thought provoking story ... of destruction and doom, with a strange comic twist." - WBEZ