Audiences Rave about “New Year’s Eve at Grandma’s House,” Come See Why

Audiences have been raving about the 2nd Act Players production of the all-new New Year’s Eve at Grandma’s House with 85% of those filling out audience satisfaction surveys during the first two weeks of performances saying they would recommend the show to a friend.

Audience members also gave the play high marks for character and story believability, pacing and staging.

“Word is getting around that this is a play that has audiences thinking about the American immigrant experience and about their own families’ journeys to America,” says 2nd Act Players Cofounder and author of the play John N. Frank.

“It was a wonderful, moving play and very well acted,” said one audience member. “It was terrific,” said another. “A story of changing America,” said a third.

You have two chances left to see this two-act play, Saturday night, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. and Sunday afternoon, Nov. 18, at 3 p.m. Click here to buy tickets today and save with the online discount price. The play is performed at the Northminster Church Theater, 2515 Central Park Avenue, Evanston.



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