New York City
In Trying, Judge Biddle, former attorney general under Franklin D. Roosevelt, feels that this will be the final year to live. But Sarah is a feisty and plain-spoken girl who is determined to work through Biddle’s irritable and argumentative nature. Based on the playwright’s own real-life experiences, Trying, by Joanna McClelland Glass, takes a look at the healing power of companionship and a meaningful search through the slow decline of age. Richard Seer directs.