Kirk Douglas Theatre
May 4 – June 1
A Funny and Moving New American Play.
Thirteen years and 1,800 miles separate Alice from her childhood home. But after one phone call, the small-town streets and characters that once shaped her come rushing back and threaten to never let her go.
Under the direction of Neel Keller, who helmed last season’s thriller The Nether, one of the largest casts in KDT history brings three generations of a multi-ethnic middle-American family to unforgettable life.
Kimber Lee, a vibrant new voice in the American theatre and the recipient of the prestigious PoNY fellowship awarded by the Lark Play Development Center, weaves an intricate tapestry of contemporary Americana.
KDT fans of vigorous new work like The Nether and The Royale and of landmark American dramas such as Our Town and Joe Turner’s Come and Gone will fall under the spell of this play as it unfolds the secret joys and heartbreak of the family at its core.
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