The American Legacy
220 East Fourth Street ~ New York, New York 10009
Administration: (212) 995 8410 ~ Tickets: 800-838-3006
Through December 15
Performances at 3 pm and 7:30 pm
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Monday and Tuesday
December 2 and 3, 2013
his spendthrift second wife and her profligate son
Charles, Mr. Apex is soon to be bankrupt. When he appeals
to his daughter for aid, they find her inherited fortune
has mysteriously disappeared. Accusations fly; betrayals
appear to abound; a child is banished, and hopes for
justice lie in the hands of an unlikely pair: a ruthlessly
practical businessman and a big-hearted nanny. Will any of
them see beyond their primary interest...
(For a little more about the play, click here.)
Michele LaRue, presents three stories from Elsie
Singmaster’s classic Gettysburg
“July the First”
War comes to Gettysburg—where are the armies?
Lincoln comes to Gettysburg—where will it end?
Sightseers come to Gettysburg—where has it led?
Singmaster’s 1913 short story collection vividly explores the physical and emotional terrain of a Civil War icon.
With townswoman Mary Bowman, live the war and its legacy—from the cannons’ first roar to its echoes a half century on.
Doug Farrell* and Erica Knight*
photo by Arthur Cohen