This 2011 OBIE Award-winning play by Samuel D. Hunter performed in Louisville for the first time. WFPL calls The Bard's Town Theatre's production "relevant and riveting." Theatre Louisville deems the production "heartbreakingly brilliant" and "touching, honest, and thoughtful." Arts Louisville raves that it is "brave, funny, and intelligently rendered."
Performances remaining are August 10 and 11. All shows are at 7:30 PM, and take place at The Bard's Town Theatre (1801 Bardstown Rd)
Tickets are $15/16 Fridays and Saturdays, with special "Pay What You Can" pricing Thursdays. Reserve at http://www.thebardstown.com or by calling (502) 749-5275.
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