By Thornton Wilder
Directed by David Richman
In one of the most original and provocative plays ever composed by an American writer, Thornton Wilder uses the seemingly ordinary events in an ordinary turn-of-the-century New Hampshire town to give his audience rare insight into life's most extraordinary miracles and tragedies: birth and death; inspiring generosity and corrosive gossip; love and loss. Each of life's moments is extraordinary, Wilder warns us. We must savor each of our moments before all are gone forever.