Sun., January 14 at 2:00 pm
- ASL Interpretation
- Assisted Listening Devices
Schedule and Tickets
Tix: $26-30; $5 discount for ASL seats; Phone: 763-422-1838; or Email. Lyric Arts reserves seats in Row I for parties including persons using wheelchairs or with limited mobility. ASL interpreters are provided at the first Sunday performance of each regular season production. A limited number of seats near the interpreters are held in reserve for ASL patrons until 3 weeks prior to the performance. If no ASL seating has been reserved 3 weeks before the show (Sunday, Nov. 12), the ASL interpretation will be canceled and seats will be released to the general public. When ordering tickets, please indicate your need for seating in this section.
About the Show
Jan. 12-28, 2018
By Tracy Letts; Directed by Resident Director Matt McNabb.
In the historic Uptown neighborhood of Chicago, Arthur Przybyszewski runs a donut shop that has been in his family for 60 years. Franco Wicks, a young African-American man, and Arthur’s only employee, wants to modernize the shop while Arthur is more content to spend the day reminiscing about his Polish immigrant father. Described as a “…soulful play, full of humor and humanity” by Variety, this provocative comedy by Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Tracy Letts explores the challenges of embracing the past and the redemptive power of friendship. Lett's play is also the inspiration for the recent hit CBS comedy starring Judd Hirsch and Katey Segal.