The Perplexed depicts two families who are preparing to become one due to their adult children's marriage. Jealously and long held grudges make this union of families difficult to say the least, and with problems already erupting who knows if everyone will even be able to get through the special day.
This brand new play comes from Tony Award winning Richard Greenberg. The playwright and television writer has written over 25 plays that have premiered on and off-broadway. He amassed a large amount of fame in the theater circuit for his 2003 play 'Take Me Out.' The work went on to receive a Tony Award.
Lynne Meadow is the play's director. She has received the prestigious Lucille Lortel and Lilly Awards for Lifetime Achievement for over 45 years working in the theater industry.
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