New York City
In Fenway: Last of the Bohemians, it’s 1986 and conservatism is sweeping the nation. On a small hippie commune, Fenway and his fellow refugees from the sixties are doing their best to ignore the outside world. When their revered, exiled leader re-emerges as a “born-again conservative” with a young Republican trophy wife in tow, chaos ensues. Can the ideals of the Aquarian Age stand up to the glitter of Reaganomics? This world premiere by the award-winning playwright Kelly McAllister & Lisa Margaret Holub is a modern spin on Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya that wrestles with the eternal struggle of green versus greed.