by Joe DiPietro
directed by David Saint
starring Marlo Thomas
Award-winning actress of stage, screen and television Marlo Thomas stars in this new play from Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, author of current Broadway hits Memphis and Nice Work if You Can Get It.
A mother always knows when something’s up. Bill Jr. is distracted, under pressure and off his game. Will the unanticipated outcome of his mother’s persistent delving send him further off-kilter? Secrets are exposed and clever little lies are crafted when a confidence shared between father and son escalates into an unexpected family disclosure that could change everything.
Ms. Thomas, who recently appeared on Broadway in Relatively Speaking, makes her third appearance on the George Street Playhouse stage, having starred in Elaine May’s comedy Roger is Dead and the world premiere of New Year’s Eve by Arthur Laurents.
sponsored by The Blanche and Iriving Laurie Foundation