Julia, a Boston comedian, is summoned frantically back home by her stepmom expecting to find her estranged father on his deathbed. Instead, she finds him seemingly the same wise-ass curmudgeon he always was, if a tad obsessed with the Italian deli the family visited when Julia was a child. When her father’s health takes a turn, Julia and her brother Max attempt to find the place and give their father the sandwich of his dreams. Leaning on an unexpected kinship with an ex-priest and fighting her sense of flight, Julia takes a road trip with the family, hoping to reconnect with her father while trying to realize the memory of a mysterious deli that may not even exist.
“The Good Deli” will perform March 17th thru 26th in Blaine High School’s Orange & Black Box Theater, 7 PM on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 PM on Sundays. Admission is $12 for seniors, students, and veterans, and $15 for everyone else. Due to some mature content and language, the show is recommended for audiences 14 and up.
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