by Amy Herzog
Directed by Sandy Wynne
September 15-19 & 22-26, 2015
This Pulitzer Prize finalist and Time Magazine’s “best play of the year” explores both growing up and growing old. With his backpack, bicycle, and stories of his life-changing cross-country cycling trip in tow, 21-year-old Leo lands on the New York City doorstep of his 91-year-old leftist grandmother, Vera. Their month together as sometimes combative, yet always compassionate, intergenerational roommates is simply a wonderful mix of the funny, the moving and the revealing. This insightful play delves into the intimacies and complexities of adult relationships with families, friends and lovers.
adapted by D.W. Gregory
Directed by Tom Kobolak
November 3-7 & 10-14, 2015
The Radium Girls were young working class women who painted the dials of watches and clocks for everyone – wondrous products with numbers that glowed in the dark in the 1920’s. Their hair would glow after leaving the factory... Their boyfriends would smile. They became so sick that in court, they couldn’t raise their arms to swear to tell the truth... For in Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, Newark, New Jersey, geiger counters held over the graves of women dead too soon will actually start to click....
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