How to Write a New Book for the Bible by Bill Cain

April 4 – 28, 2019

Sometimes those we are closest to are the biggest mysteries of all. From the writer of EQUIVOCATION comes a very personal story taken from Cain’s experiences of caring for his ailing – but oh-so-feisty – mother. Through flashbacks, time jumps, quirky humor and poignant realism, we meet Dad, Mom, Brother and Bill – four smart, passionate people, acutely aware of their everlasting connection. Cain asks the questions that speak to the heart of every family: What will never change…and what has to…so we can love?

Show Run Time: The run time of this production will be posted closer to Opening.

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A $1 per ticket Facility Fee and a $2 per ticket Processing Fee will be added to all orders.

Artists

David Cecsarini, Director

Linda Stephens as Mary

Press

"...a wistful and quietly funny evening of family drama." - DC Theatre Scene

"...a funny, poignant tribute to the quirks ... that make each family unique." - Washingtonian

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