Spectrum is the heart-breaking account of the breakdown of a wealthy Upper West Side Family told through the eyes of 11 year old Zoe. “Things just always seem to happen the way you remember them until you pay attention and everything is different,” Zoe thinks one day. Something had shifted in the universe and though she knew things would never be the same, even her magnificent imagination could have never predicted what was to come.
I Never Should Have Gone to Mexico is a tragicomedy that chronicles the adventures of a young women whose addictions to love have taken her everywhere from The Land Of Goblins to the Sea of Cortez. In between you’ll experience wild relationships, question distorted values, interact with seedy characters and find yourself in risky situations. But if you have the backbone to make it through the madness, you’ll see what our heroine discovers on the other side.
Aster hates her life. She hates herself for being the way she is. She hates her husband for being who he is. She hates her sons for not ever appreciating anything she has done for them and when she finds out that she has a terminal disease, she hates the universe. After 43 years of being, when faced with death, and the realization that she has never been truly happy with anything she is forced to reevaluate everything.