Sooner/Later

Sooner/Later

By ALLYSON CURRIN

Not Currently Playing
Shelterhouse Theatre
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Directed by LISA ROTHE

When teenage daughter Lexie helps her reluctant single mother Nora re-enter the dating scene, an unlikely suitor emerges in Griff – the guy at the coffee shop who inadvertently witnesses Nora’s string of unsuccessful dates. As choices collide with coincidences and longing mixes with reality, each character must face the complications that always arise in the search for intimacy and the closeness of family. This captivating world premiere with a metaphysical twist navigates the paths of romance, marriage and parenting while exploring the pains and pleasures of all three.


ADVISORY:
Sooner/Later is appropriate for adults and older teenage audiences. This captivating story about family contains strong adult language, sexual content and other mature themes commonly associated with the pains and pleasures of dating and parenting.

RUNNING TIME: Sooner/Later runs approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes, with no intermission.

Promotional photo by Tony Arrasmith/Arrasmith & Associates.

If you don't see a calendar for Sooner/Later above, click here to purchase tickets. The show runs through April 21. Groups of eight or more save! Click here for more information about group tickets. You can also view the rest of the 2017-18 season and see the upcoming 2018-19 season.

 

 

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Artists

Mary Bacon

Nora

Todd Cerveris

Griff

Olivia Cygan

Lexie

Allyson Currin

Playwright

Lisa Rothe

Director

Narelle Sissons

Set Designer

Theresa Squire

Costume Designer

Barbara Samuels

Lighting Designer

Joe Payne

Sound Designer/Composer

Stephanie Klapper

Casting Director

Brooke Redler

Stage Manager

 
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On the Blog

Twists of Fate

Mar 7, 2018
Christa Skiles

This captivating world premiere with a metaphysical twist navigates the difficult paths of romance, marriage and parenting.

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A Full Artistic Meal

Mar 14, 2018
Christa Skiles

Playwright Allyson Currin discusses the evolution of the world premiere production of Sooner/Later, the power of humor and the “wonderfully weird” world of teenage girls.

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Written in the Stars: A Q&A With Lisa Rothe

Apr 5, 2018
Natalie Hulla

Sooner/Later director Lisa Rothe shares her artistic perspective in bringing this metaphysical romantic comedy to life.

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