A day in the life of three estranged sisters, who come together to clean out their childhood beach house where they find, amongst other things, the infamous Complaint Box of their youth. The Complaint Box contained a trove of riches - everything they were upset or angry about was written down and put into the box.
When an unexpected guest enters the picture, the women are forced to confront their sense of identity, their relationship to race and whether their complaints are nothing more than everyday problems. With droll, lightening-fast dialogue – at times bordering on the absurd – the play asks its audience whether racial issues are all relative or if it’s our relatives giving us issues.
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