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Area Stage’s This Is Our Youth Examines A Lost Generation

Area Stage Company travels back to 1982 on an exploration of the sociological jungle of Manhattan as born-rich 20-somethings give birth to the Me Generation in the issues oriented drama with a wry humor in This Our Youth.

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Report From New York: A Terrifying Portrait Of Dementia In The Waverly Gallery

If you are or have been the caregiver to a senior suffering with dementia, delusions and/or Alzheimer’s disease, the revival of The Waverly Gallery is a pain-riven reminder of the mutual agony. If you aren’t in that dilemma yet, be assured that this production featuring an unforgettable performance by Elaine May is a precise preview of the agony to come.

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Alliance’s Lobby Hero is Compassionate Look at Human Beings Facing Tough Choices

Following the consecutive successes of Brothers Beckett, Fool For Love and ‘night mother, this production of Lobby Hero cements Alliance’s reputation as a company to go out of your way to take a chance on seeing.

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