Peri is fifteen when her adopted mother dies. In losing a parent, she also loses her carefree way of life when her adoptive grandmother moves in. The two have never met before but now share a tiny, cluttered house. They share meals. They share Jewish holidays. To Peri, Shira seems relentless and cruel. To Shira, Peri seems unhinged and uneducated, much like her daughter was. Meanwhile, this messy house seems to wake up spirits from her past. Taking place across two hopelessly interwoven timelines, the play examines the meaning of heritage and belonging.