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This character-filled one-man show surrounds Andy’s eighty-five-year-old aunt, Marguerite Van Camp, a newly-minted physician from Georgia who is keeping her finger on the pulse of the changing world around her as she seeks to grow – even at her advanced age – in these United States and the New South. A funny (hilarious, actually) and poignant piece about kinship, grief, and the joy of living. Expect some songs, a bit of Shakespeare, and the greatest whistling you’ve ever heard in your life!

“Like Charles Portis, flesh and blood people born of great imagination, visceral and nuanced, we immediately know and love Andy’s family because it’s our family…When it comes to originality Andy is a piece of the American storytelling puzzle that is not shaped like any other.” ~ Kevin Kling, playwright, storyteller, and commentator on NPR’s All Things Considered

  • DATE

    Tuesday, August 3

  • TIME

    5:30 pm

  • COST

    $20 per person

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