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    North Shore Fish

    Presented by at Gloucester Stage

    July 18 - August 4, 2013


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    North Shore Fish

    by Israel Horovitz
    Directed by Robert Walsh

    Set in Gloucester, Massachusetts, North Shore Fish depicts the painfully real and funny way of life for the workers (mostly women) in a failing fish-processing plant. The once-thriving plant which formerly processed the daily catch of the local fishing fleet, has been reduced to repacking frozen blocks of fish imported from Japan for TV dinners. Tenacity, colorful irreverence and, ultimately, the fierce loyalty of a group of Gloucester assembly-line workers brand this Pulitzer Prize nominated comedic drama. The ever-present challenges faced by Cape Anne’s fishing industry make Horovitz’s play as relevant as when it christened the current home of the Gloucester Stage Company in 1986.
    **Contains explicit language and is NOT suitable for children.**

    Talk-back following Sunday, July 21 performance.

    ‘A blue collar elegy, a tough, funny and eventually poignant look at the expendability of people when their jobs - and lives - become obsolete.’ – ASSOCIATED PRESS

     


    Gloucester Stage

    267 East Main Street
    Gloucester, MA 01930

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    $40 Full Price
    $35 Seniors/Students


    General Day and Time Info:

    Doors open 30 minutes before performance; One 15-minute intermission.


    Phone: 978-281-4433

    Parking:

    Parking along the street is usually available, but pulling up on the sidewalk is NOT permitted. For additional parking, drive past the theater, take the next available right onto Rocky Neck. Parking lot is 50 yards on the right. Parking is free and less than a five-minute walk to the theater.



    Accessibility Information:

    **THEATRE is wheelchair accessible, but RESTROOMS are currently not**





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