Running Time: Approximately 100 minutes with no intermission
Adult Language: 40+ instances, including 15+ instances of the f-word
Substance Abuse: mentioned briefly twice
Talk of Sex: Three brief instances
Sexual Situations: One
Talk of Death: Two instances
Shelley runs her church's soup kitchen in the Bronx with unsentimental efficiency, but lately her faith is wavering. Emma is a reckless young woman with a secret. When Shelley and the two men she works with, Oscar and Frog, accept the mysterious Emma as a new volunteer, she careens into their world, pushing everyone to their breaking point. Heidi Schreck’s funny and insightful play navigates the limits of forgiveness and the pursuit of something resembling joy.
“ Heidi Schreck’s beautiful tragicomedy of life… reminds you of why you go to the theater in the first place. ”
—Chicago Sun Times
* Member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.
There are 88,000 people struggling with hunger here in the second wealthiest county in Pennsylvania. In conjunction with our production of Grand Concourse, patrons were able to take a photographic journey through the issues related to food insecurity in our lobby.
Now that the show has taken its final bow, here are some of the ways that you helped imagine no hunger.See the Stats
The Imagine No Hunger lobby exhibit was produced in part through the generosity of Cabrini University's Wolfington Center.
Linda Panetta: Lobby Exhibit Curator
We are proud to recognize our 2016/17 Opening Night Sponsors. Patrons who attend Opening Night events are invited to a complimentary post-show reception featuring food and drinks donated from the following partners: Bahama Breeze King of Prussia, Five Saints Distilling, Gretz Beer, Seasons 52 King of Prussia, and Whole Foods Plymouth Meeting.