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A Facility for Living

By Katie Forgette


September 22, 23*, 28, 29†, 30, Oct. 5, 6, 7, 12, 13†, 14 @ 7:30pm

September 24, October 1**, 8, 15 @ 2pm

*denotes PAY-WHAT-YOU-WISH performance

†denotes scheduled U/S performance

**denotes talk back performance 

†† denotes captioned performance

Directed by: Moira Bengochea

Joe Taylor, a retired actor, moves into a prison-turned-elder-care facility shortly after the demise of Medicare and the election of Dick Cheney to President.  There he discovers a community of loveable, irascible inmates hell-bent on bucking the dehumanizing system in which they have landed. Together, this band of aging misfits rediscovers purpose and dignity in the face of a system mightily stacked against them. A delightful comedy with bite from Katie Forgette, that dares to confront the issue of aging in America.


Patrick Mink as Kevin

Wendy Feign as Judy

Kevin Michael as Wally

Jessica Johnson as Nurse Claudia

Terri Gray as Mitzi

James Winkler as Joe

Marti Creveling as Mitzi U/S (scheduled 9/29,10/7,10/13)


Asst. Direction: Tobie Barton

Stage Manager: Benjamin Browder

Asst. Stage Manager: Jasmine Miller

Scenic, Lighting, Prop, & Sound Designer: Chad Sweet

Accent & Dialect Coach: Rosie Brownlow-Calkin

Intimacy Directer: Thomas Rao

Fight Choreographer: Kevin Michael

Costumer: Moira Bengochea

Costume Asst.: Marissa Scharlau

Dramaturg: Luis Galvez


Why "A Facility for Living?"- a statement from the Artistic Leadership Committee

"By looking at challenges in healthcare and aging through a satirical lens, 'A Facility for Living' gives us the opportunity to explore these incredibly relevant topics with some levity."

“A Facility for Living” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.

OFF BOOK Interview with director Moira Bengochea

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