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.


Additional Reading

In Conversation with When January Feels Like Summer‘s Playwright Cori Thomas
Extracts from Cori’s interview with Zachary Rice