By Mark St. Germain
December 10 – February 21 in the Keating Theatre (Opening Night: Friday, December 12)
Two lonely souls embark on a relationship filled with surprising discoveries. A young man seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer, now sidelined with injuries. As their relationship unfolds, they’re caught off-guard by the unexpected revelations – both hilarious and heartwarming – that they make about each other. REGIONAL PREMIERE!
“Inspirational”, “Charming” – Berkshire Onstage
“You don’t want it to end” – Boston Globe
“Enthralling evening” – BroadwayWorld.com
“Beautifully complex” – Talkin Broadway
“Sparkles” – Berkshire On Stage
“Provocative, fresh, and unexpectedly moving” – Arts Fuse
MARK ST. GERMAIN, Playwright
MARK ST. GERMAIN (playwright) Mark St. Germain’s plays Freud’s Last Session, Becoming Dr. Ruth, and Best of Enemies have been seen at FST. He has also written the plays Camping with Henry and Tom (Lucille Lortel and Outer Critics Circle Awards), The God Committee, Out of Gas on Lover’s Leap, and Forgiving Typhoid Mary. Mark wrote the musical comedy The Fabulous Lipitones with John Markus. With Randy Courts he wrote the musicals The Gifts of the Magi, Johnny Pye, and Jack’s Holiday. His musical Stand by Your Man was written for Nashville’s Ryman Theater. Mark co-wrote the screenplay for Carroll Ballard’s film Duma and directed and produced the documentary My Dog featuring Richard Gere, Lynn Redgrave, Billy Collins, and wrote the award winning children’s book, Three Cups. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, the Writer’s Guild East, and an Associate Artist at the Barrington Stage Company.