It's the biggest night of the year at The House of Charity soup kitchen. Can the staff of recovering addicts and alcoholics band together to feed the record crowd as well as convince wealthy donors that the organization is truly fulfilling its mission of love and kindness?
See it if you want to see a play about the residents of a halfway house coming to grips with life's challenges interestingly, with drama & with humor.
Don't see it if you lead an unexamined life and are okay with that.
See it if you are interested in men in recovery, an ensemble of actors makes this work with some well directed moments. Addiction interests you.
Don't see it if you want a finished product - this is a work in progress. The play is about men trying to be their honest selves and it's worth seeing.
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