After the Storm captures the heartwarming, inspiring, hurting-to-healing story of a group of young people in New Orleans in Hurricane Katrina's wake. It's also the incredible tale of how artistic endeavor, creativity and music can restore a community's spirit and rejuvenate it's faith and hope. It all began when New York-based writer James Lecesne, choreographer Gerry McIntyre and musical director Randy Redd embarked on a journey to New Orleans to see how they could help in the storm's aftermath. The artists quickly discovered St. Mark's Community Center at the edge of the historic French Quarter. It had been hit hard and forced to close, leaving a tremendous hole in the neighborhood's heart.