by Michael Tremblay, directed Deb Guston
This rarely performed modern comedy classic is set in the early 60s. The main character, a working-class housewife, has won a million trading stamps in a contest. Family, friends and neighbors come together for a book-stamping marathon – bitter jealousies, parochial frustrations and personal emergencies make for a raucously hysterical and poignant gathering.
Thursday May 5th @ 7:30pm
Fri/Sat the 6th and 7th @ 8pm
Tues May 10th-Thurs, May 12th @ 7:30pm
Fri & Sat the 13th & 14th @ 8pm
Sunday the 15th at 3pm.
The show then re-opens at the Kraine Theatre
Saturday May 21st @ 4pm
Theater: Center Stage
Address: 48 West 21st Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10010
|Cost:$15.00, $13.00 on Friday, May 13th or Call: at 212-330-8650|