Tickets $15 ($12 for students/seniors) and available in advance at thebardstown.com
Three adult brothers are living together once again in their childhood apartment, struggling to redefine themselves while pursuing their desires and coping with the void left by their parents' deaths. Drastic shifts in their dynamics occur after an attractive young neighbor named Stella becomes a part of their lives. A sweet and sour look at the illusions we have about what makes us happy—and what is within our power to change.
"a powerful and hilarious vision of a family that constantly struggles to survive in a world that has not been kind to them." -Associated Press
“the highest cool quotient of any show in town" -New York Times
Directed by J.P. Lebangood
Featuring Ryan Watson, April Singer, Scot Atkinson, and J.P. Lebangood
The Bard's Town Theatre is a 501c3 nonprofit theatre whose mission is to nurture, develop, and produce new work, providing an outlet for new voices. The Bard's Town Theatre puts particular emphasis on producing new works by Kentucky playwrights, serving as a platform for these voices to be heard.
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