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After Luke and When I Was God 

Wednesdays-Sundays. Continues through Sept. 20 2009; $65/$55

In these two new plays by Conal Creedon, the expectations of father and sons come up against insurmountable obstacles and generational communications break down. In After Luke, a son returns to Ireland in hopes of making a bundle on the booming real estate market by selling the family property, a greedy power play that doesn’t go over so well with pops. When I Was God has a son dealing with his father’s unreasonable expectations for his sports career.


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