With her husband overseas near the end of World War II, Grace takes her teenage son and daughter to spend the summer on Lake Erie. More…
When Grace's son takes up with the town outcast, the entire family must confront the expectations of a society that holds conformity in the highest regard. Grace finds that her attempt to restore normalcy may have only fractured their relationships further, in the second show of A. R. Gurney’s Signature Residency.
See it if you love ARG's work. I find it dull, and often annoying. WIDLS added special effects (drummer, script projected), but they failed to enliven
Don't see it if you want something fresh. If you like the tried-and-true, this was a perfectly acceptable coming-of-age story, well-acted/competently staged
See it if interested in small theater. I had seen this show as a first , performed for many but financially I was able to afford this good show only
Don't see it if You have no interest in small theater companies .