In a mix of farce and genuine insight, playwright James Sherman portrays the turmoil of Jewish family dynamics. When a dutiful schoolteacher invents a boyfriend to please her traditional parents, she finds herself in dire straits when she falls for the male escort she’s hired to play her significant other. Even if you haven’t dealt with a Jewish mother’s guilt trip, you’ll relate to the universal issue of trying to please your folks.
- Performing Arts
- Nov 09, 2017 to Dec 10, 2017
- Thu and Sat 7 p.m.; Sun 2 p.m., 7 p.m.
- $30 – $35