by Lenora Champagne
April 10 @ 3:00 pm
Sunday, April 10 • Showtime 3:00 pm • Doors open 2:30 pm
An intergenerational play with music about Alzheimer’s and the national inability to remember history. A middle-aged woman is caught between caring for her daughter and her aging mother.
This is the seventh offering in the Local Produce Readers’ Theatre series presented by The Stissing Center and Oblong Books.
$5 General Admission
Wine, beer, and soft drinks available in designated areas at this event.
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