How does one exist in the world: do you live your life according to a single ideal or by trial-and-error, seeking a diverse spiral of experiences? This dichotomy plays out everywhere and especially in human relationships. In Tempest in a Teacup six characters come together in a series of events revolving around a corporate function. As the characters collide, the viability of each way of existence is questioned in their alternating viewpoints. Each narrator is unreliable—but then which one of us is ever a reliable narrator?