Remember when the stray cat died and that time you needed a ride home and the day you met your roommate and the day you said goodbye to your mom? How about that argument about the phone and also the way the printer at work kept jamming and the time you found that thing in your kid’s backpack and – oh man – do you remember writing and sending that email you swore you’d never send? What if you took all the things that could have happened, and turned them round and round like a kaleidoscope, tethering unremarkable moments and half-memories into whole new narratives? This is the world of Then, Of Course, All The Things Happened. One play, countless variations.