New York City
By Carson McCullers and directed by Steve Reynolds. In 1945 in a small southern town, 12 year old Frankie Adams, motherless since birth, is nurtured by the family’s wise and loving black cook, Berenice. Her brother Jarvis’s imminent marriage causes Frankie to act upon her yearning to belong and connect to a wider world. This is Cape Rep’s choice for an American classic this season.
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