Olympia Little Theatre Presents
By: Amy Herzog
(July 10-26, 2015)
Pulitzer Prize nominee Warning: Language "...Herzog's beautifully rendered portrait of the relationship between an old-style lefty grandmother and her new-style lefty grandson". (NY Times). Leo, searching for change and meaning somewhat impulsively leaves his Seattle home on a cross-country bike trip, and winds up arriving, without warning, in a state of shock on the New York doorstep of his unshockable 91-year-old grandmother. What sounds like a sitcom never goes there but, stays real, human and unexpected. A touching story about growing up, growing old, and discovering the moments in between.
Director: Jim Patrick
7:55pm: 7/10, 7/11, 7/16, 7/17, 7/18, 7/23, 7/24, 7/25
1:55pm: 7/19, 7/26
Founded in 1939, Olympia Little Theater (OLT) is the oldest live theater in Olympia and one of the oldest in Washington State. As we enter our 74th year, we are proud that we can continue to provide quality theater at a reasonable price