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    Stealing the Packard & Wild Thing

    Presented by at Unity Somerville

    November 14, 2013


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    Stealing the Packard & Wild Thing

     Theatre@First presents yet another first. This time, its a Bare Bones Staged Reading Double Feature of

    STEALING THE PACKARD and
    WILD THING

    for one night only, Thursday, November 14th at 8pm!

    Stealing the Packard and Wild Thing will be presented at Unity Somerville, 6 William Street, Somerville, MA 02144.
    Suggested Donation $5 - General Admission - No reservations required.

    ABOUT THE...

     Theatre@First presents yet another first. This time, its a Bare Bones Staged Reading Double Feature of

    STEALING THE PACKARD and
    WILD THING

    for one night only, Thursday, November 14th at 8pm!

    Stealing the Packard and Wild Thing will be presented at Unity Somerville, 6 William Street, Somerville, MA 02144.
    Suggested Donation $5 - General Admission - No reservations required.

    ABOUT THE PLAYS

    Wild Thing
    Written by Anna Smith and directed by Josh Coleman

    Wild Thing is a heartwarming tale about a married couple reminiscing how they have lost their spark, only to find the romance is not as dead as they thought.


    Stealing the Packard
    Written by Peter Shelburne and directed by Dorothy Mallam

    Martin's garage used to house his 1952 Packard Clipper, but the Packard has been missing since his death. Now his widow, Ruth, takes comfort in having her meals where the Packard once stood as she wrestles with her grief. Her children complain, her neighbor comforts, her fifteen- year old grandson, Jasper, struggles with his own sense of loss as everyone tries to discover who stole the Packard. Filled with poignancy and humor, Peter Shelburne's play puts us in touch with our struggle to hang on to the old and our need to find new paths when confronted with grief and change.


    Unity Somerville

    6 William Street
    Somerville, MA 02143

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    $5 suggested donation.



    phone: 1-888-874-7554


    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.


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