directed by Michele Vazquez
featuring: Tina Naponelli, Miriam Naponelli, Sarah Jordan, James Knight*, and Shannon Mayhall.
Aidan, an almost-famous musician, returns to the home she hasn’t seen in over 20 years, the sister she hasn’t spoken to for more than a decade, and a mother on her deathbed. And who’s the mysterious man living in her mother’s attic? You can go home again…you just may not want to in John Yearley’s sharply funny look at coming to terms with the family you have and letting go of the one you wish you had.
John Yearley (playwright) is the author of The Unrepeatable Moment (“Thought provoking…exhilarating…painfully hilarious” – New York Times, “Yearley is a master” – Huffington Post), Leap (Mickey Kaplan New American Play Prize, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park), Ephemera (John Gassner Award), Another Girl (PlayPenn), and Bruno Hauptmann Kissed My Forehead (Abingdon Theatre). Work for young audiences includes The Last Wish (Macy’s New Play Prize for Young Audiences) and an adaptation of Sophocles’ Antigone. Short plays All in Little Pieces and A Low-Lying Fog are available through Samuel French. He writes for the PBS Kids animated show Arthur and previously worked as a “script doctor” for New Line Cinema. Member of the Dramatists Guild, Writers Guild, and twice a MacDowell Fellow.
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
Admission is Free
Location: Raue Center Café | 26 N. Williams Street, Crystal Lake, IL 60014
Williams Street Rep | 108 Minnie Street | Crystal Lake, IL 60014
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