Does your family ever drive you crazy? Take a break from them, and see how Sara Goode deals with her family in The Village Players' staging of The Sisters Rosensweig. This play has a little something for everyone - birthday celebrations, love, politics, and of course, the intricacies of familial relationships.
Last night, The Village Players opened a six-night run of The Sisters Rosensweig. They have provided a summary of the play on their website: "Sara Goode, an enormously successful American woman working in London, is about to celebrate her fifty-fourth birthday. Her quiet, expatriate life is interrupted by a visit from her two sisters. As if this weren’t causing enough stress, her daughter announces a plan to rush off to Lithuania for reasons of political protest. Other unexpected guests arrive, leading to romance, suspected parings, recriminations and, above all, newfound love and acceptance."
The Sisters Rosensweig has found the perfect balance between serious moments and silly humor. This play first won over audiences in the early 1990s before making it to Broadway in 1993. That year, the play also collected multiple awards.
As if you need another reason to support local arts organizations, The Village Players will be donating all the proceeds from the show to the Senior Services of Northern Kentucky. All tickets are $15, and can be purchased by calling 859-392-0500.
From now until April 27, you can support local theater while also give back to the community. And the best part? You don't even have to leave Ft. Thomas to see a great play. See you at the theater.
Remaining performance dates and times:
Saturday, April 20: 8:00pm
Sunday, April 21: 3:00pm
Thursday, April 25: 8:00pm
Friday, April 26: 8:00pm
Saturday, April 27: 8:00pm