FURNACE FESTIVAL: And the Trees Fall Down
The Center at West Park’s FURNACE FESTIVAL presents: And the Trees Fall Down – written by Viviana Prado-Núñez.
And The Trees Fall Down
Two months after Hurricane Maria, a brother, a sister, and a tree guy gather at Abuela’s house for a Thanksgiving dinner of vodka, birthday cake, and an elegiac kind of nostalgia. A hilarious and heartbreaking portrait of people and places left behind—of trees, tractors, generators, aftermath, and how some people live with it (or don’t).
All tickets to the Furnace Festival are just $10 and include an ice-cold Beer*, Soda, Water, or Wine* to help you beat the heat.
The Center at West Park’s Balcony Theater is located on the second floor of the historic landmark West Park Presbyterian Church at 165 W 86th Street in Manhattan. Please note that the Balcony Theater does not have A/C or an elevator and is not ADA accessible.
*The Center at West Park reserves the right to request ID for proof of age over 21