by David Lindsay-Abaire
Tue 13 - 17 Sep 2016
A funny and thought provoking drama exploring life on the wrong side of the tracks.
Sharp tongued Margie Walsh has lived in a Boston ‘neighbourhood’ all her life. She’s a single parent struggling to make ends meet and she’s about to get fired. Her old boy-friend Mikey Dillon made it out. Now he’s a doctor in Boston. Could he find her a job? She corners him…and meets his wife.
A tough and tender play about the insurmountable class divide between those who make it ‘out’ and those who don’t. Full of heart-warming characters, humour and pathos focusing on what it really means to be ‘down on your luck’. A play for today.