To Grandmother’s House We Go

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“A delight! An effective and affecting, very warm and extremely satisfying comedy.”
— New York Post

“Rich, robust theatrical fare! … literate, intelligent, witty and amusing! Touches the heart as well as the mind.”
— Gannett Newspaper

To Grandmother’s House We Go By Joanna McClelland Glass

Directed by Linda Alznauer

With:
Raquel Brooks
Lareen Faye
Kelley Goode
Cecil Jennings
Maria Kress
Diane Linder
Beccy Quinn
Kristin Towers Rowles
Dianne Travis
Jeffrey Winner

A beautifully written play about grown children returning to the nest, and the emotional toll these extended childhoods exact on parents and grandparents. This dramatic comedy takes place at Grandie’s sprawling Connecticut Victorian home where she lives with her brother, her cook/companion and her eldest daughter.

The tradition of the young taking care of the old is reversed as financial hardships and marital mishaps lead grown grandchildren (of all ages) to seek recovery at Grandie’s. In many countries it’s fairly common for three generations to live together under one roof, but in America? How long will Grandie’s well-preserved apron strings stretch?

January 28 — March 6, 2022
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm, Sundays at 2:00pm
“After the Sunday Matinee: Talkback with cast and staff” 2/6 & 2/20

ALL patrons must be VACCINATED. Proof of full-vaccination required upon entry. All patrons must wear a mask while inside the theater complex.

General Admission ~ $30.00
Seniors & Students with ID ~ $25.00
Parties 10+ ~ $20.00

Phone Reservations & Information: (818) 763-5990

Entire Cast and Crew have been fully-vaccinated.

Stage Manager
John Ledley

Set Design
Chris Winfield
Bert Emmett

Lighting Design
Douglas Gabrielle

Online Marketing
Kristin Stancato

Promotional Video & Photography
Doug Engalla

Costume Design
Angela M. Eads

Public Relations
Nora Feldman

Assistant Director
Tamir Yardenne

Sound Design
Steve Shaw

Graphic Design
Doug Haverty

Produced for the Group Rep by
Michael Robb