UPDATE 11/9: Based on a phone call from director Jeff Krantz, I’ve revised this post to accurately reflect the play’s plot.
From my Inbox to you:
When Clay Spencer fails to arrive home at the expected hour on Christmas Eve of 1933, his family grows concerned. While his mother, brothers and sisters keep vigil the oldest son, Clay-Boy, goes in search of his father. But on his journey through the snowbound Virginia hills, the boy experiences a series of hazardous, touching and hilarious adventures. Unexpected help is provided by the fearsome county sheriff. While taking refuge from the snowstorm, he is overwhelmed by the intoxicating hospitality of two elderly genteel lady bootleggers.
This is a show for all seasons but especially during the upcoming holiday season.
Directed by Jeff Krantz and staged managed by Melissa Kennedy, The Homecoming promises to give you a glimpse into the lives of a Virginia family that struggles with day to day living.
The Homecoming runs November 9,10,16,17 at 8:00 pm and November 11 and 18 at 2:00 pm. Tickets – Adults – $12.00—Children (12 and under) $10.00.For tickets please call the box office at 540-586-5881 or http://www.lynchburgtickets.com/