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Grand Horizons

A humorous and moving look at romance and intergenerational divides in the era of self-expression, alternative family models and... sexting.

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Grand Horizons

Date: 25 Apr 2021

Nancy and Bill are calling it quits.

After 50 years of ‘married bliss’, Nancy wants to take a last chance at living her best life.

And Bill? Well, Bill’s OK with it. The couple’s adult children, Ben and Brian, are definitely not OK with it. Who said elderly parents have a right to branch out and try new things?

Stage legends John Bell and Linda Cropper (returning to the STC stage for the first time in 11 years) lead an exceptional cast including Johnny Nasser, James Majoos, Zindzi Okenyo and Guy Simon in a story that shows us that working out what you really want is a lifelong process.

Written by Bess Wohl and directed by Jessica Arthur, this brand new family comedy straight from pre-lockdown Broadway is a humorous and ultimately moving look at romance and intergenerational divides in the era of self-expression, alternative family models and… sexting.

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