I’m Not Rappaport
Inspired by two elderly men Gardner met in New York City’s Central Park, the play focuses on Nat Moyer, a feisty Jew, and Midge Carter, a cantankerous African-American, who spend their days sitting on a bench. They both mask the realities of aging, sharing tall tales that Nat spins. The play touches on several issues, including society’s treatment of the aging, the difficulties dealing with adult children who think they know what’s best for their parents, and the dangers that lurk in urban areas.
Cast & Crew
|Designer||Liz Da Costa|
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