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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Barnes Hall, 301, Auditorium
129 Ho Plaza Cornell University: Ithaca, NY 14853, USA
What will happen to the last decaying tenement building on a once-vibrant New York City block? Where will the Super, the old Super, and the last few residents go? Why are there Jaffa oranges falling out of the cabinets? And has anyone checked on that faulty fuse in the basement?
Enough to Go, by Fred Peretz Cohn, is a modern homage to a generation juggling the hopes and fears of retirement, the promise of better times, and the loss of what one leaves behind. "Though not autobiographical, Enough to Go is deeply rooted in my lifelong exposure to, and appreciation of Jewish humor, family, and culture. I am deeply grateful to Jonathan Boyarin, David Winitsky, the actors and staff who have made this production possible," says Cohn.
This play is directed by David Winitsky, Cornell Class of 1994, and stars Ithaca locals, Eric Brooks (Irving Cohen), Marjorie Hoffman (Rose Cohen), Lenny Rosenfield (Herb), Jonathan Boyarin (Glotsky), and Rachel Lampert (Electrician).