The Tony Award-winning Broadway hit by David Lindsay-Abaire
Directed by David Saint
with John Bolger, Ellen McLaughlin, Marianne Owen, Eric Riedmann, Cynthia Lauren Tewes, and Zakiya Young
Produced in association with Seattle Repertory Theatre
"SPELLBINDING...AN OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION" - Read The Star-Ledger review
"It is doubtful that George Street Theater audiences will see a finer
contemporary play or experience a more splendid production this season" -Curtain Up
"Important, Lively and Hilarious" - Stage Magazine
Pulitzer Prize winner, David Lindsay-Abaire’s sharply funny play about choices, chances and the American Dream.
Caught in a cycle of lost jobs, late babysitters and last month’s rent, things aren’t great for Margie, a single mom in South Boston. Desperate for a job, she tracks down her high school sweetheart Mikey, a successful doctor whose life took a luckier path. Will stories and surprises about the old neighborhood give her and her daughter the break they need?
A brilliant American play about the class system and the rewards and pitfalls of climbing out of lower class.
Read an Interview with Playwright David Lindsay-Abaire
sponsored by The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation
coproduced in association with Seattle Repertory Theatre
|Special dates for this production
||Sunday Symposium; 2pm