We’re getting ready to head into rehearsals for Molly Smith Metzler’s play The May Queen, so I’ve been thinking about laughter lately. For the most part, researching laughter is the best way to...
By Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich
Directed by Padraic Lillis
Jackie hasn’t returned home after a series of subway bombings. As her husband and her mother wait for the news they’re afraid to hear, they try to be a family without Jackie. When a mysterious photographer’s Polaroids appear all over town, celebrating the luxury of security and routine that the bombings destroyed, three lives become inextricably linked. How do we move on in the face of tragedy?
The performance, which starts at 7:00pm, will be followed by a conversation with the playwright.