This production was of the quality of good community theater.
First act was a sincere performance of an American classic that worked well in spite
of one completely miscast small character. Second act was a train wreck.
Very enjoyable, touching on some realistic issues about aging. The two leads were very good, but felt the supporting cast was weak. The actress playing Nat's daughter forgot her lines a few times. Overall worth seeing.
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