The Color of Honey is an exploration of loneliness and love, led by the voice of a woman living far away from her homeland.

Unable to leave her apartment very often, she has invited the audience into her home for an evening. But what was intended to be a friendly visit slowly takes a desperate and haunting turn. Through the dramatic representation of romantic first impressions, memorable first encounters, present hardships, and hope for what seems like an impenetrable future, this work in progress ultimately comes into contact with a very difficult question: Why can’t love fill a day?

Performance, Play
  • Thurs, June 12 | 8:30pmMain Stage

Written and performed by Carrie Getman, directed by Daniel Brunet