TRAILERVILLE

Genre: Drama
By John Dufresne, Directed by Wayne Maugans

Trailerville takes place on a Labor Day weekend at the Trailerville Mobile Home Park in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. Merdelle Harris' husband of forty-one years, Bobby, is rapidly deteriorating with Alzheimer's Disease. Murielle's determined to care for him, to save him, if she can. In saving Bobby, she's saving her own life, she believes. There are days Bobby doesn't know her, doesn't know himself. Death's not the worst thing that can happen in your life, that's what Merdelle thinks. Arlis Bryant lives in the trailer next door with his daughter, her three children, and her beer-drinking, hot-tempered boyfriend. Arlis has fallen in love with Merdelle, and his attention are both a comfort and a torment to her. She has to choose between the man who loved her once and the man who loves her now. The annual Labor Day Telethon provides a backdrop for the ensuring comedy/drama about love, family, obligation and desire
Preview:   06/03/05
Open:   06/05/05
Close:   06/26/05

Schedule:
Wednesday-Saturday at 3pm
Additional performance: Tuesday, June 21st at 8pm
Friday, June 3rd is a benefit performance tickets: 212-802-4536
Theater:   Blue Heron Mainstage Theater
Address:   123 E 24th Street
New York, NY 10010
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Closest subway: N, R or 6 to 23rd Street. Walk north one block to 24th Street, then east to theatre

Cost:$19.00
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