Last weekend, I went to see AGES OF MAN, "3 one acts by Thornton Wilder chronicling how children relate to their parents while growing into themselves. First, in Infancy, as babies trying to make sense of the normal things in everyday life, then, in Childhood tweens playing a morbid game of "Orphans" to show how underestimating kids might just backfire on adults & lastly, The Rivers Under the Earth shows teens coming of age with their parents in the safety of a family vacation." The show is directed by TAtL Artistic Director Tony Lawry.
This was a great boon for the company's season, garnering a few sold out performances already, and I'm incredibly excited to see what happens when CYRANO opens in just a few short months with them. With any luck, CYRANO will be just as acclaimed (which is more than probable, as Tony is also directing CYRANO).
Congratulations, Tony, and keep that momentum going!
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