The American Clock
The thing about being in a bubble is you don’t know you’re in a bubble, so when the bubble bursts it comes as quite a shock. This iconic Arthur Miller play, directed by visionary director Rachel Chavkin, tells the groundbreaking tale of America after the Great Depression when all that was solid melted into air. It follows the Baum family as they try to survive in a country governed by race and class; and where all the expectations about continued prosperity have suddenly changed. It's a story of hope, idealism and a nation’s unwavering faith in capitalism.