Hyannis by Kari Bentley-Quinn (staged reading)
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Summit kicks off its 2019-2020 season with a staged reading of a funny, moving play about a family facing an all-too common problem: opioid addiction and its aftermath.
In a small Cape Cod town, Michelle and her mother Fran run a small shop where they sell beach gear, souvenirs, snow globes, and the best fudge around. Michelle’s son, Tommy, has just come home from his second stint in rehab. Meanwhile, a young woman named Lauren is home from college to tend to her ailing mother, and she and Tommy make a connection that changes them both forever. Set over the course of a summer and a winter, Hyannis takes a look at the plague of despair and drugs infecting smallView more
Tickets are $5 online or at the door. Visit www.summitperformanceindy.com, call 317-635-7529, or join us at 705 N. Illinois Street 46204.
Free parking is available on the west side of Illinois Street, across from the theatre.
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Reading will conclude around 9:00 p.m.; optional post-show conversation with representatives from Eskenazi Health, Fairbanks Hospital, IUPUI, and more.
705 N. Illinois Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204