MORNING'S AT SEVEN

Genre: Drama
by Paul Osborn. Directed by Bryan McHaffey

The backyard of two houses in a small mid-western town is the setting for Paul Osborn's 1939 comic drama.  Cora shares her house, and, disconcertingly, perhaps her husband Thor, with her younger sister Aaronetta.  Across the yard, their sister Ida and her husband Carl live with Homer, their unmarried 40-year old son.  A few blocks off, the eldest sister, Esty, and her husband of 55 years David, barely co-exist on separate floors of a house divided.  When Homer brings home Myrtle, his long-suffering girlfriend, to meet the folks, all nine of these vividly drawn characters face critical choices that will determine the course of the rest of their lives.


About the Company: St. Jean's Players

A friendly neighborhood theater group that produces classics and new works.

Open:   05/21/10
Close:   05/30/10

Schedule:
Fridays, Saturdays at 7:30PM
Sundays at 3:00PM
Theater:   West End Theater
Address:   263 West 86th St.
New York, nb p;NY 

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Cost:$18. $10 for 62+, Children to age 18
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Company: St. Jean's Players         Official Web Site: www.saintjeansplayers.org/