Date(s) - October 13 - October 16
Johnstown Flood Museum
Don’t miss this terrific play, directed by Rodney Eatman!
Arthur Przybyszewski runs a shabby donut shop he inherited from his immigrant father in a historic but rundown Chicago neighborhood. At the beginning of the play, a vandal has broken the shop window, but Arthur is too depressed to care. His ex-wife recently died, and he’s haunted by his decision to flee to Canada during the Vietnam War. Enter Franco Wicks, a livewire 21-year-old who applies for a job and immediately envisions ways to spruce up the shop—and help his boss attract the attention of a lady cop. As folks from the neighborhood come and go and secrets are revealed about Arthur and Franco, the two men find their lives changing in unexpected ways.
Please note that MASKS ARE REQUIRED.
Tickets are $20 and may be purchased online or at the door — but seating capacity has been reduced by 1/3 to allow for more distancing, so we recommend you get them early!