by Barbara Lhota
- March 15 – April 2, 2017 in Chicago at the Greenhouse Theatre
Angela and Marnie met as kids – one black, one white – in a big Catholic neighborhood in Detroit during the turbulent 1970s. They moved together from Detroit to Chicago, got jobs, married, and have been best buddies since God was a boy. But when a third childhood friend shows up for visit, all hell breaks loose. Old wounds are reopened, lies are exposed, and secrets lurking beneath the surface are revealed.
Can shared story and love overcome these phantom pains?
Join us for the world premiere of this relevant and timely story told with sensitivity and humor by Chicago playwright Barbara Lhota and directed by Laura Sturm.