“The chance to see two such masters of their craft working together is one not to be missed.”–The Times Picayune
This humorous and touching new work tells the story of Leo, a young man seeking solace from his feisty 91-year-old grandmother in her West Village apartment after a lengthy and painful cross-country trip on his bicycle. The New York Times called the original production, which starred New Orleans local Mary Louise Wilson, “A funny, moving, and altogether wonderful drama.” Stepping into the roles of grandmother Vera and grandson Leo are New Orleans stage luminaries Carol Sutton and James Bartelle. They will be directed by Big Easy Award-winning director Beau Bratcher.
Performances occur at the Ashé Cultural Arts Center located at 1712 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.
**Please note that this show is NOT located at the Ashe Powerhouse Theater where we last produced SIVE. We are located in the other Ashe building located one block away on O.C. Haley Blvd.**
Guests of 4000 MILES can enjoy a special pre-show dinner right next door to the theatre at Primitivo restaurant. CLICK HERE for more information and to make a reservation!
* Member of Actors' Equity Association
† The NOLA Project Ensemble Member
Two of New Orleans finest actors, Carol Sutton and James Bartelle, will share the stage together for the first time.