NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE PLAY
A good Irish Catholic Family in the 1970’s delivers shenanigans, sins, and some sage advice.
19-year old Linda introduces us to the O’Shea household during a crucial four days of her life in 1973. Follow the family as they navigate relationships, the facts of life, and their Priest, Father Lovett, at the same time. A comedy for anyone who has experienced – as Linda says – “Catholic guilt. Also known as Jewish guilt, Methodist guilt, Baptist guilt, Lutheran guilt and atheist guilt” – and made it out alive.
Tickets: $62–67 adults, $57–62 seniors, $20 students (with valid ID).
Masks as well as proof of vaccination or a negative test are required to enter the theatre.