A smart and sexy hustler who's rejected everything her parents once fought for back in the '60s, Nina finds it very easy to be hard. When her mother dies, taking a number of secrets with her to the grave, Nina's father -- a former '60s revolutionary -- finds her, attempting to reconnect during his last-minute search for the truth. But when his reconciliation evolves into a hustle of its own, Nina finds that negotiating her past and present is anything but easy. Written by Dominique Morisseau, an interesting new voice in American Theatre, this shattering confrontation between father and daughter can be seen at Pittsburgh's City Theatre.
This play contains strong language and adult themes. It’s runtime is approximately one hour and 35 minutes, with no intermission.