Long Time Sunday at The Arts at St. Luke's This Weekend

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College friends reunite for a funeral, and love, betrayal, hope, and despair combine to create a rich blend of pathos and humor, in this award-winning play by P. J. Gibson, directed by Donniee Barnes and presented by The Arts At St Luke's. The production benefits Amandla Crossing, a transitional housing program for single-parent families in Edison. Reserve your tickets by calling 732-548-4308, ext 10.    

Long Time Since Yesterday debuts on Friday, March 11 at 7:30 pm. Performances continue March 12, 18 and 19th at 7:30 pm and March 13 and 20 at 3 pm. There is a refreshment reception following the performances on March 11 and 20. Tickets are $20 each. The performance takes place in Fryer Hall, 17 Oak Avenue, Metuchen. 

This play won five Audelco awards for excellence in black theatre, including those for the best dramatic production and playwright of the year. 

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What a wonderful, masterful performance! The six women who presented this play were so utterly professional, so totally believable; the audience was genuinely swept up in that rarified "suspension of disbelief" from the first moment to the last.
Thank you, ladies!
For all those who did not visit the ARTS @ ST. LUKE'S one of the two past weekends: you missed an amazing piece of theater!

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