By Obie Award winner Martin Moran
Directed By Carolyn Cantor
MARION HUBER THEATER
In this world-premiere play, Martin Moran renders the complexity of living with humor and truth. When a family’s matriarch, Margaret, is forced to acknowledge that her health is deteriorating, her son Theodore returns to their Catskills home after many years away. There, he reconnects with Abe, an acquaintance from his youth who is now his mother’s home aide, and with his sister Beth, a single mother struggling to understand her teenaged child, Maddy. A warm look at the far-reaching ties of love, this new play is a moving portrait of kinship, faith, and the pursuit of one’s true self.