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St. Peter's Foot

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Members say: Delightful, Funny, Entertaining, Great acting, Clever

About the show

Mike and Roma think they made the right decision in not having children. Then a baby is left on their doorstep and they begin to sing a different tune. The only question now is, what song will they sing?  More…

On the eve of a long-planned trip to Italy, to scatter the ashes of Roma's deceased mother into the Po River, a baby is left at their door and causes them to question their marriage, their illusion of happiness, and their priorities. The play asks the question: is love enough to conquer regret? Anna Theresa Cascio's play also taps into the never-ending discussion around abortion and the right of choice, and the currently trending conversation about a lifestyle decision that many couples are making: to live a child-free life. 

Member Reviews (2)


Delightful, Funny, Entertaining, Great acting, Clever
Avg Score

Entertaining, Great acting, Funny, Delightful, Clever

See it if You Like good theater, good storytelling and fantastic acting, then take the ride uptown to Washington Heights, you won't regret it!

Don't see it if There is no don't - It's a train ride up.

Great writing, Great acting, Funny, Entertaining, Delightful

See it if What a ride! I thought I knew where we were going, &then suddenly I was someplace else. It’s funny, poignant, and really well acted.

Don't see it if Got no don’ts. Where have these people been? Or where was I? Good stuff.

March 29th, 2019
"'St. Peter’s Foot' will make you laugh, question some of your life choices and make you grateful for the people in your life...With a few political lines thrown into the mix, 'St. Peter’s Foot' makes you think deeper about your own opinions...Mike and Roma show us a couple in love figuring out h...
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March 27th, 2019
"This play shows how conflict can challenge and deepen a relationship, and how wishing for more can shape an experience...The actors are seasoned and they seem to revel in their craft, which always makes the hard moments of a performance more bearable to watch. They bring truth to the characters ...
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