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When Charlie, a marketing assistant from New York, decides to quarantine in rural America at his Grandma Margie’s house, he’s greeted by Dee, a local townie who has been acting as a caretaker for his grandma. The culture clash of worlds and words brings to light the best and worst of what 2020 has had to offer.

Strange, But Perfect is a somber play that is a comforting salve for a crap year.

When Charlie, a marketing assistant from New York, decides to quarantine in rural America at his Grandma Margie’s house, he’s greeted by Dee, a local townie who has been acting as a caretaker for his grandma. The culture clash of worlds and words brings to light the best and worst of what 2020 has had to offer.

Strange, But Perfect is a somber play that is a comforting salve for a crap year.

When Charlie, a marketing assistant from New York, decides to quarantine in rural America at his Grandma Margie’s house, he’s greeted by Dee, a local townie who has been acting as a caretaker for his grandma. The culture clash of worlds and words brings to light the best and worst of what 2020 has had to offer.

Strange, But Perfect is a somber play that is a comforting salve for a crap year.

WHEN

WHERE

Hyde Park Theatre
511 W. 43rd St.
Austin, TX 78751
https://www.streetcornerarts.org/strange-but-perfect

TICKET INFO

$25
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