Invisible Theatre brings us a "Miracle"

November 07, 2013 12:00 am  •  

In Tom Dudzick’s comedy, family secrets and comedic events are twisted together. Laughs are there, said [Director Gail Fitzhugh]. But there’s more.
“They are all very interesting characters. They are working class people and the play itself really deals with family, faith, and sometimes lack of, and the lies we believe,” said Fitzhugh.
“It’s about what it is we believe and how we can change and adjust to surprises in life. It is very funny and very inclusive, really heartfelt.”
Miracle
The Nowak family, clockwise,starting with seated: Jimmy (Seth Fowler), Bev (Alida Holguin Gunn) Clara (Toni Press-Coffman) and Ruth (Carley Elizabeth Preston). Credit: Tim Fuller
Read the entire preview here: Invisible Theatre brings us a "Miracle"

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