Second show I've seen this summer, Memory House, among one of the best I've seen anywhere in many years. For those of you with (or having had) teenaged daughters, you will marvel and laugh at the dialogue between this teen and her mother as a deadline approaches for mailing in a college essay... that's the ploy that gets them opening up about their lives.
The first play of the season, likewise was terrific as well. Charles Dickens, Thomas Jefferson and Leo Tolstoy locked in an unearthly space in time, trying to figure out what they have in common. It was really terrific.
High quality theater at affordable prices.
Only place to eat nearby is Roscoe's. Very good food, but you need to eat early and have reservations.
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