"I've been robbing banks for 30 years."
– Johnny (from Corona Marfa)
A pandemic confession that stretches the social contract: After too much tequila and a lifetime of a secret too big to keep, a traveling carpenter confesses to a couple of locals in Marfa, TX that he has robbed banks for 30 years. Not sure whether to believe him, root him on, or kick him to the curb, they keep him talking to find a hole in his story.
Surrealist Café is a one act play about the human river, where anything can happen, and does.
A short noir about the narcissistic nihilism in detoxing.