Written by veteran avant-garde theater writer and director Richard Foremen, this experimental narrative follows a young woman as she drifts through a series of interlocking dreams. Agatha (musician Cynthia Hopkins, of alt-country band Gloria Deluxe) falls asleep in her car and later meets her husband, Maurice, at a bar for a séance. During the séance she falls asleep again, and wakes up unable to feel her legs. Or is she still dreaming? Perhaps that's why she's dressed like Freud's famous patient Anna O., who suffered hysterical paralysis. One dream leads to another: Agatha gives a press conference about poetry from a wheelchair and is treated by mad Dr. Wanton (Ryan...