In Central Harlem during a mysteriously warm winter, the Hindu God Ganesh presides over the destinies of five people on paths of self-discovery and transformation as their disparate lives intersect. An urban romantic comedy humming with vibrancy and possibility of change and transcendence – The New York Times praises Cori Thomas’s play for creating “a strong desire to spend more time in the characters’ company” after leaving the theater.
- Cori Thomas playwright
- Benny Sato Ambush director
In Conversation with When January Feels Like Summer‘s Playwright Cori Thomas
Extracts from Cori’s interview with Zachary Rice