This is a story of love and a beautiful friendship between ordinary people in an extraordinary situation. Bernard Slade’s script tells the tale so that it all seems harmless, this yearly affair between Doris and George. The rest of their lives seem better because of it. Despite the lighthearted funny tone and slick comedy this play treats its subject with respect. There is true depth of feeling in this credible and beautifully told tale. Over twenty four years we check in six times on George and Doris’s annual weekend trysts as they grow and change. They become part of each other’s lives and yet must remain in their own. It’s for those who don’t mind feeling warm and fuzzy while laughing a lot.
with Louise Desmond and Kevin Patrick O’Leary