Starring Christine Decker & Oliver Wadsworth
Written by Eric Coble
Directed by David Snider
A hilarious, heartfelt Broadway comedy about what happens when life becomes too hard to handle.
February 23-March 11, 2018
Reduced Price Preview: Fri. Feb.23 at 7:30pm & Sat. Feb.24 at 2 pm
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm
Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm
$30 Adults/$15 Students Ages 6-22, Seniors 62 or older $25
Freight Depot Theater- Follow the yellow brick road to the green building.
Opening Night Dinner* and Performance: Saturday, February 24 at 6 pm
Alexandra, a retired painter, has been told she must move out of her house and into a retirement home. As the play begins, we find her at home in her Brooklyn brownstone, surrounded by Molatov cocktails, ready to ignite them and go out in a blaze of glory rather than be taken from her home. Just as she’s about to light the place up, her estrange son Chris climbs into the second-story window: “Hi, mom.” So begins a hilarious and harrowing comedy, that explores the roadblocks we all experience in life and asks the eternal questions “who will remember us once we’re gone?”