Edna finds friendship, but discovers how hard it is to keep it when the neighborhood starts to change. The Good Times Are Killing Me is cartoonist Lynda Barry's play about racism. Brimming with dozens of popular songs of the era, the play offers a child?s-eye view of the many societal changes our nation was undergoing in the turbulent 1960s. Donna Inglima directs.
Suitable for children age 12 and above.