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"Haidle's most prodigious gift may be his psychological sophistication. Beautifully written…the limpid play is really a haunting, in which Haidle finds a way of dramatizing the presence of absence in all of us."
— The New Yorker“this 90-minute piece is in stark contrast to the verbal and physical violence of most new American drama, and exudes a sense of pleasurable melancholy.”
– The Guardian
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By Noah Haidle
Directed by Brenna Geffers
There are echoes of the loved ones we have lost, orbiting around us always reminding us of the joy and the grief that make up the tiny moments of our lives. 88 year old Gustin Novak knows this better than anyone. As his past plays out before him again and again, Gustin pits his wicked sense of humor against the pain of endless goodbyes.
Starring: Joe Canuso, Harry Philibosian, David Raphaely and Amanda Schoonover
April 28- May 22
Christ Church Neighborhood House
20 N. American Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 (btwn. 2nd & 3rd and Market & Arch Sts.)