Prepare for a lively journey through the intricacies of family dynamics with Norm Foster's "Drinking Alone." Joe Todd is ready to make a splash when his long-lost father, Ivan, pays a rare visit. Instead of taking the conventional route, Joe has a surprise up his sleeve – he hires an escort, Rene Duchene, to play the part of his soon-to-be fiancée.
Envision a family reunion where laughter flows as freely as a refreshing breeze. Against the backdrop of a classic dysfunctional family gathering, "Drinking Alone" promises a lively and entertaining experience. Joe's attempt to impress his father is set to become a comedic masterpiece when Renee enters the scene.
Norm Foster's storytelling magic is akin to a captivating tale under a starry night sky – warm, comforting, and filled with stories that linger. Get ready for a vibrant experience under the Cow Patti lights from February 29 to March 24, 2024.
Don your best shoes, secure those tickets, and join the audience for a comedy show that promises pure delight!
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