Luna Gale

Aurora Theatre Company

Who decides what's best for a child? Caroline, a veteran social worker, knows immediately that baby Luna is not safe in her home. Luna's grandmother is happy to take the infant, but after the transition Caroline fears she's put Luna at further risk. Amidst a familial tangle of past secrets, hidden motives and all-too-human mistakes, there are no good choices--only good intentions. By Rebecca Gilman.

This is what SF/Arts curator Jean Schiffman had to say about Luna Gale :

We’ve seen only a few of prolific Chicago playwright Rebecca Gilman’s plays hereabouts (“Spinning into Butter” and “The Glory of Living” come to mind), so hooray to Aurora Theatre for opening its 26th season with this one, from 2014. Directed by Tom Ross and with the excellent Jamie Jones in the six-member cast, it concerns a social worker trying to protect a baby whose parents are teenaged drug addicts. What’s best for the child is not evident.

Event Info
Sep 07 → Oct 01
Tue & Wed at 7 pm; Thu-Sat at 8 pm & Sun at 2 & 7 pm
Aurora Theatre
2081 Addison Street, Berkeley
Info: (510) 843-4822
Venue: 510/843-4822
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