Turkeys at Second Stage

Anthony Smith ’11 invites you to go see his new play:

Turkeys, a new play written and directed by Anthony Smith ’11, will be going up in the ’92 this weekend. Performances are Thursday through Saturday, October 15–17, at 9:30 p.m. There will be a 4:30 p.m. matinee on Saturday as well. Tickets are free and available at the Usdan Box Office.

  • What: Turkeys, a play by Anthony Smith ’11
  • Where: ’92 Theater
  • When: October 15–17, 9:30–10:30, and 4:30 on Saturday
  • Cost: Free
  • Edit: Anthony added this brief synopsis in the comments section:

    Man comes out to his wife, who is a therapist, and leaves her for an eighteen year old boy, taking his thirteen year old son with him on his wife’s insistence. Three years later, their son burns down a daycare center and his father and his new partner go to find his mother and see if she can talk to him.

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    1. Anthony

      Roughly: Man comes out to his wife, who is a therapist, and leaves her for an eighteen year old boy, taking his thirteen year old son with him on his wife’s insistence. Three years later, their son burns down a daycare center and his father and his new partner go to find his mother and see if she can talk to him.

    2. Anthony

      Roughly: Man comes out to his wife, who is a therapist, and leaves her for an eighteen year old boy, taking his thirteen year old son with him on his wife’s insistence. Three years later, their son burns down a daycare center and his father and his new partner go to find his mother and see if she can talk to him.

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