Ah, Wilderness!: A Comedy of Recollection in Three Acts
Revived in 1998 to acclaim at New York's Lincoln Center, Ah, Wilderness is a sharp departure from the gritty reality of the author's renowned dramas. Taking place over the July 4th weekend of 1906 in an idyllic Connecticut town, it offers a tender, retrospective portrait of small town family values, teenage growing pains, and young love.
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