"A gruff, affecting and funny play. Two old friends are reunited by mutual desperation...A poignant and honest continuation of themes that have always been present in the work of one of this country's most important dramatists, here reconsidered in the light and shadow of time past." The New York Times
Prosser Public Library continues with its series of dramatic play readings by the Reader’s Theater, founded by Myron Gubitz. Featuring area actors, this series is directed by Anne Cassady and Richard Kamins. The
group has performed dramatic play readings at Prosser since 2008,
bringing exciting, dramatic, touching and humorous live theater to our
audiences. Registration is appreciated.