d367d94b-f430-42e8-ae21-275e0270c18fFrom our reader mw lo:

“In the second act, the older son, played by Stephen Plunkett, turns his back to
the audience and removes his boxers and puts on a towel. He then argues with
the father and opens his towel for about 5 seconds. He has a very thin muscular
body and is untrimmed and cut. A few minutes later, he turns his back to the
audience removes the towel and gets dressed. The best views are a few rows back
and more towards the right of center seats.

I kinda thought the first half was really boring but I
was really tired and kept dozing off, but maybe if i saw it again I would
probably have a different attitude about the play. I also thought the
performances were really good though”



Written by: Joe Pintauro
Directed by: Valentina Fratti

Presented by: Miranda Theatre Company

The Lion Theatre
2/3/15 – 2/28/15
$46.25 – $56.25

About the Show:
It’s 1964 Brooklyn and Rocco Lazarra is returning home to face his family after
having suffered a nervous breakdown. His fiery wife, Filumena, longs for her
native Sicily, while their two sons hope for a better life. As secrets are
revealed, everyone is forced to re-examine their relationships, fears and dreams
in this explosive family drama.


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