Mark Griffin and Al Gamble in Times Like These at NXTHVN. Lucy Gellman Photos. A man is in too much pain to sleep, but the doctor won't see him because his insurance doesn't cover a consultation. In an office across town, a woman has requested a female physician, and listens slack-jawed as she’s denied care. An angel and a devil bicker above her head. In a nearby neighborhood, a woman has just gotten out of prison, and doesn't know where she'll be able to sleep for the night. Who steps in to help? And who leaves them behind? All of these are real-life anecdotes in Times Like These, an interactive, immersive new play from Survivors of Society Rising Theater Company that premiered at NXTHVN last Friday. A collaboration among the Connecticut Mental Health Center (CMHC), Yale Program for Recovery & Community Health (PRCH), and Theatre of the Oppressed NYC, the work interrogates systems that are not working, from mental and physical healthcare to reentry and the carceral state. Over five dozen attended the opening, held in the 169 Henry St. incubator space. The show, which includes audience participation and discussion, will have an encore performance at Oddfellows Playhouse in Middletown at 2 p.m. on Friday June 23. Tickets are free; more information is available here. Youins.