The Humana Festival of New American Plays is entering its second week. That means the second of the Festival’s seven new full-length plays is set to premiere. It’s a drama called Maple and Vine.

“Maple and Vine is about a modern couple feeling somehow dissatisfied and unhappy with their 21st century lives and they meet a man from a fully-contained kind of gated community where everyone goes about their lives pretending that it’s 1955,” says playwright Jordan Harrison.

Harrison is a four-time veteran of the Humana Festival. His play Kid Simple debuted at the festival in 2004 and has since been produced more than forty times in theatres around the country.

Maple and Vine opens Sunday at Actors Theatre.