The Snake Can: Jane Kaczmarek Stars in New Play
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The last date listed for The Snake Can was Saturday March 2, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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We have less control than we think over who we fall in love with. Dinner With Friends meets La Cage aux Folles in this fanciful gender-bending soufflé about a pair of ex-spouses and their new mates. When the four get together for the first time in years, a delightful mess of romantic complications ensues. Terri Hanauer directs this world premiere of The Way You Look Tonight, which was written by Peter Lefcourt (who won an Emmy for his writing on Cagney & Lacey). Playing a cameo role and acting as catalyst to some of the action is ... a pair of Fluevog shoes. Because everyone knows you can never underestimate the power of cool shoes when it comes to matters of the heart. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from VagabondRed Velvet
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saw it on preview night, a couple of missed cues and lighting that needs improvement. however, the play itself is smartly written and refreshing. great acting by all, conversations had an easy natural flow - didn't feel contrived or preachy. characters were endearing. my friend and I were among the few younger audience members yet we related to the stories and the journeys. it provided mature and emotionally intelligent insight to middle age. we recommend the show : )
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This is an often told story of people reaching middle age. There is nothing special about this play that makes it standout. The performance was one in preview and in my opinion the play still needs work. Yet, it is a diverting 90+ minutes with...continued
Growing older doesn’t always mean growing wiser. Harriet (Jane Kaczmarek) is a widow and single mother; Nina (Diane Cary) has left her actor husband to escape the shadow of his celebrity; and twice-divorced Meg (Sharon Sharth) has been navigating the single world for ten years. These women, and the men in their lives, take a journey of self-discovery, stopping along the way to examine the gray areas of marriage and divorce, want and need, sexual ambiguity and dating in the age of online matchmaking.
Running time is 90 minutes.