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About this show

A recent Off-Broadway hit rich with pathos and humor that tells Ann Randolph's tale of working in a women's homeless shelter while simultaneously pursuing true love. Her painfully funny portraits of the shelter's residents -- and hilarious account of a hiking trip with Harold, the accordionist of her dreams -- are beautifully drawn in this poignant story about finding dignity and grace. Often compared to the late Gilda Radner, Randolph, a Loveland native, uses her elastic face, acrobatic voice and attuned body language to play male and female, young and old characters. A remarkably uplifting tale of self-discovery and self-acceptance.

Show Details

  • Dates:Closed on
  • Location:Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati