Great Barrington Public Theater Presents "Dad" By Mark St. Germain
"Dad" is a poignant new comedy by acclaimed playwright Mark St. Germain. The play offers a heartfelt exploration into sibling and parent rivalries, the challenges of aging, and the power of reconciliations to foster self-discovery.
The show runs through July 3, presented by the Great Barrington Public Theater - a collaborative of seasoned theater professionals committed to new work and new voices.
Mark St. Germain has written about everyone from Sigmund Freud, Hemingway, Einstein, Dr. Ruth, Thomas Edison and, in a play premiering next month in the Berkshires, Eleanor Roosevelt. His latest is “Dad,” writing about himself and his family.