by Stephen Metcalfe, directed by Jason Salazar and assistant directed by Rachael Campbell

Featuring:   Jim Woodbury, Gretta Stimson, Casey Semple, Mark Alan Flores, Amanda Vogel, Tressa Kate Bender, Joel Butler, Justin Viz, Deborah Murphy and Alma Pasic-Tran

Opens March 17 and closes April 15

The story of Dan Tilney; newly divorced, empty nester, and a man now totally at a loss as to what to do with the rest of his life. His friends know. Dan needs a girl. But will it be Charlotte, beautiful, bursting with life and twenty years his junior? Or will it be Julia; his life long friend and confidant. And what about his teenage son who is having an affair with a neighbor? And his ex-wife who has announced she's gay? What about his best friend, Harold,—who is going through a mid-life crisis and his daughter, Rebecca, who is seemingly furious with everything and everyone. In this gentle comedy, life and love are complicated for young and not so young alike.

Performance Times:

8 pm Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays

12:15 pm Sunday, March 26

(Continental brunch followed by show at 1:00 pm)

3:00 pm Sundays, April 2 and 9


$27 General Admission*

$22 Srs/Students/TBA

$20 Thursdays, March 23, April 6 and 13

$15 Bargain Saturday, March 18

$10 Bargain Thursday, March 30 (no reservations – first come, first seat)

*All tickets $27 on Brunch Sunday and Opening Night

Price of admission includes refreshments.  Opening Night Gala and Sunday Continental Brunch