When young slacker Mordecai Mann learns that his activist, hippie parents have been murdered, he inherits from them nothing but an old car and a mysterious poem. With his best friend reluctantly in tow (an African American law student named Jim), Mordecai sets out across the country to find the hope and vision that drove his parents, the hope and vision they were too busy to pass on to him while they were alive. The play is narrated by an older version of Jim.
"Scenes from a Broken Hand is not to be missed... the production is all the best that smaller theatre has grown to represent.... Moving and lyrical."
~ Miles Minnies
Back Stage West, December 29, 1994