All it takes is one storm to change the course of two lives. In The Magic Tree, an unlikely love is born between two strangers -- a man yearning for belonging and a woman who wants nothing more than to be forgotten. One fateful night brings the two together as they seek shelter in an abandoned home and find solace from the storm -- and with each other. However, what begins as a magical night of serendipity unfolds into something darker. As part of the Women's Voices Theater Festival, The Magic Tree examines the complex infrastructure of human morality and draws a precarious line between good and evil. Written by Ursula Rani Sharma, this dark love story makes its debut at D.C.'s Keegan Theatre.
This show contains sexual violence, strong language and complex themes, and is intended for mature audiences only. It is recommended for ages 15 and older.
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