About the play
After a year of writing letters, Matt Friedman travels from St. Louis to Lebanon, Missouri to try and convince Sally Talley to marry him. As the two re-examine their relationship, they explore the complexities of human connection and the different forms that a romantic partnership can take.
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- Fri, Oct. 4 7:00 pm
- Sat, Oct. 5 7:00 pm
- Thu, Oct. 12 2:00 pm
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- Curtain Call Sun, Nov. 8 5:30 pm
- Artistic Perspective Sun, Nov. 15 5:30 pm
About the Playwright
(April 13, 1937 – March 24, 2011) was an American playwright. His work, as described by The New York Times, was “earthy, realist, greatly admired [and] widely performed.” Wilson helped to advance the Off-Off-Broadway theater movement with his earliest plays, which were first produced at the Caffe Cino beginning in 1964. He was one of the first playwrights to move from Off-Off-Broadway to Off-Broadway, then Broadway and beyond.