A comedy, the play explores the wondrous and complicated truths of family life. David, the main character, has lied to pretty much everyone around him, and it is bound to explode in his face when his family gathers at his apartment to celebrate Chanukah. The show centers around two main questions: Will David’s boyfriend succeed at pretending to be Jewish? Will David reveal the truth of his relationship to his family?
Show times are listed below:
8 p.m. on Dec. 5 – 7, 11 – 14
2:15 p.m. on Dec. 8, 14 – 15
Due to limited seating, tickets must be purchased in advance and are available at www.collintheatrecenter.com . Student and senior tickets are $8, and general admission is $10.
Levine is an adjunct screenwriting professor at Rutgers Universityand completed a residency at SPACE on Ryder Farm. He was the recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for Comedic Writing for his play “Homemade” and served as a Kennedy Center Playwriting Fellow at O’Neill National Playwrights Conference.
Please note: This play contains adult language and situations. It is up to the parent/guardian or patron to make the determination if an event is age appropriate for themself or their child prior to purchasing tickets. Ushers will not prevent entry of children and young people. There will be no late seating for this production.