2015 PULITZER PRIZE FINALIST
Written by JORDAN HARRISON
Directed by LISA RUBIN
“YOU CAN’T STOP THINKING ABOUT IT AFTER; YOU’RE RIVETED THE ENTIRE TIME.”
- THE NEW YORK TIMES
“…IT’S CLEVER IN CONCEIT, ALIVE WITH HUMOR, SURPRISING IN ITS TURNS, AND TERRIBLY HAUNTING BY THE TIME THE LIGHTS GO OUT.”
- THE NEW YORKER
SYNOPSISA POWERFUL AND TOUCHING PLAY!
Eighty five year old Marjorie, grappling with fading memories, receives help from a handsome new companion who’s programmed to feed back only the best stories of her life. But given the chance, what would we remember, what would we forget? In this wondrous, touching and clever new play, Jordan Harrison explores the mysteries of human identity, collective family memory and the limits — if any — of what technology can replace.
ASL interpreted performance available.
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MONDAY NIGHT TALKBACKS: March 5 & 12