Hailed as “a funny, moving altogether wonderful drama” by the New York Times, this warm-hearted play by Amy Herzog is a dual character study that highlights the interplay between Leo, a young man and Vera, his grandmother, thrown together in her New York apartment. The Associated Press describes it as “filled with small, revelatory and often humorous moments” while Time Out New York says it’s “the sort of rich, satisfying play you should take your grandmother to — especially if she’s as smart and fierce as Vera.”
4000 Miles first opened at the Duke Theater in New York City in 2011, and won a number of awards, including Time Magazine’s #1 play or musical of 2012. The Novato Theater Company production is directed by Norman A. Hall and stars Shirley Nilsen Hall and Jesse Lumb.
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