The first play in Richard Nelson’s The Gabriels trilogy, Hungry is set to the rhythm of peeling, chopping and mixing, placing us in the center of the Gabriel’s kitchen. The family discusses their lives and disappointments, and the world at large and nearby. As they struggle against the fear of being left behind, the family attempts to find resilience in the face of loss. Hungry is followed by What Did You Expect? and Women of a Certain Age.