Catalina Players Presents
The Twilight of the Golds
Written by Jonathan Tolins
Just show up at the door!!
April 20, 2007
Sunday Matinee Special
6653 E. Carondelet
(two blocks behind St. Joseph’s Hospital)
Read part of Chuck Graham’s review in last weeks Tucson Citizen about this play:
The power of truth may not always be positive, but it will always be powerful. This is the lesson in “The Twilight of the Golds” by Jonathan Tolins, given a remarkable reading by the Catalina Players.
The play imagines family life in a time when doctors can predict which unborn babies will become homosexuals. Implications quickly expand to disturb the whole family. What child of any age hasn’t wondered, “What do my parents really think about me? Am I successful enough? Happy enough? Responsible enough?”
What if it turns out your parent’s just love you because they feel obligated to love you?
If these issues sound interesting, be sure to see the Catalina Players production.