Miss You Like Hell (Paperback)
"This is a fresh take on the American road story, filled with people and ideas we rarely get to see onstage...It offers two seriously rich roles for women, each with important things worth singing about...Miss You Like Hell is a powerful example of what musicals do best: explore the unprotected border where individual needs and social issues intermix." --Jesse Green, New York Times
A troubled teenager and her estranged mother--an undocumented Mexican immigrant on the verge of deportation--embark on a road trip and strive to mend their frayed relationship along the way. Combined with the musical talent of Erin McKeown, Hudes artfully crafts a story of the barriers and the bonds of family, while also addressing the complexities of immigration in today's America.