New York City
Paul Osborn’s Morning’s at Seven takes place in a small Midwestern town in 1939. The play is an affectionate portrait of a tight-knit family, all of whom have spent their lives together, and whose existence becomes unsettled when they begin to question how they’ll spend their remaining years. Daniel Sullivan (2001 Tony Award winner for Proof) directs.
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