The Subject was Roses has officially opened at The MAC!
Don’t forget to see Frank D. Gilroy’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play about a family in ruins and its final attempts to pick up the pieces. This Minerva Stage production is directed by Broadway veteran Peter H. Russell and stars Berkshire-based actors Bill Flynn, Jackie DeGiorgis, and Jesse Lee Egan Poirier.
Performance dates and times:
Thursday, March 17th at 7PM
Friday, March 18th at 8PM
Saturday, March 19th at 8PM
Sunday, March 20th at 3PM and 7PM
Tuesday, March 22nd at 7PM
Wednesday, March 23rd at 7PM
Thursday, March 24th at 7PM
Friday, March 25th at 8PM
Saturday, March 26th at 3PM and 8PM
Sunday, March 27th at 3PM
All performances are at the Minerva Arts Center on 1288 Massachusetts Avenue in North Adams, MA. Tickets are $15 for general admission, $10 for students and seniors, and FREE for children 12 and under. All tickets may be purchased at the door or reserved by clicking here or by calling (413) 346-4502.
Hope to see you there!
“The Subject was Roses is a deeply moving Pulitzer Prize story of three strangers–a mother, a father, and a son. After three years in the Army, Timmy Cleary has returned home with a better understanding of his parents’ problems. A lifetime of minor slights and misunderstandings have grown into an impenetrable wall of alienation between his mother and his father; a barrier neither is willing to break–until, that is, Timmy gets involved. Offering a simple act of affection, Timmy elicits a complex emotional response, one that will either bring his family together or completely tear it apart.” -MGM