SYNOPSIS: A man shares a bowl of berries, and a young woman falls in love. A world away, a mother prepares a bowl of soup to keep her son from leaving home. And a son cooks a meal for his dying father to say everything that words can’t. In Julia Cho’s poignant and lyrical new play, the making of a perfect meal is an expression more precise than language, and the medium through which life gradually reveals itself.

Directed by Julia Cho

Show Times: Wednesday @7pm, Thursday- Saturday @8pm, Sunday @2pm (7pm on Sunday, January 27). Added evening performances Tuesday, January 29 @7pm, Sunday, February 3 and Tuesday, February 12 @7pm. Added matinee performances Saturday, February 9 and Saturday, February 16 @2pm.

Tickets from $30.50

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