Wondering what to get that special someone who already has everything? Tickets to a January performance of ArLynn Leiber Presser’s Remembrance would be the perfect gift, and one you can share by getting enough tickets for you to go along too!
Simply click this link and buy tickets for one of three performances on either Jan. 29 (a Friday), Jan. 30 or a matinée on Jan. 31, a Sunday, at the Noyes Cultural Arts Center in Evanston.
Remembrance played to sold out houses during its April run at the Winnetka Community House. If you saw it there, you’ll want to see it again with several new cast members and some new plot twists and new characters! If you haven’t seen it, this is your chance.
What is Remembrance about? Here’s the description from its Facebook event page:
How far would you go for the woman you love? Would you die for her? Would you live for her? Remembrance is a play about love, sacrifices and how we remember those we will always love and want to believe we will see again.
The story is driven by a love triangle between eighty-year-old retired general Seneca Paris, his comrade twenty-five-year-old Spencer Smith who died during the Tet Offensive and Georgia Paris, the woman they both love in life and in death.
Friday, January 29 @7:30 p.m.
Saturday, January 30 @7:30
Sunday, January 31 @ 3:30 p.m
Click here to buy your tickets today, just in time for the perfect Christmas gift.
Remembrance is being co-produced by the 2nd Act Players as part of its 2015-2016 season.