A revision for our time of the comic drama by Elizabeth Clark-Stern



A trio of transplanted Southerners are adjusting to their new life in a retirement condo in Arizona, near the Mexican border. Madcap preparations for their granddaughter’s wedding are thrown off-track by the appearance of an uninvited guest from south of the border. Amid a whirl of mistaken identity and unexpected revelations, a human connection emerges. Each character must confront their deepest prejudices and fears, and choose a course of action in a multinational/legal climate that conspires to divide them all.



Introducing Julie Baixeras and Helen Bergman Moure

Featuring Robert Bergman, Ann Blake, Tim Nelson, and the Author


Sound by Donna Lee / Lighting by John Stern


A Production of the Shrinkrapt Theater Company

With the blessing of the Seattle Jung Society, the Northwest Alliance for Psychoanalytic Study, and the Jungian Psychotherapists Association


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Friday, April 24 and Saturday April 25 at 8pm (doors open 7:30)


Sunday, April 26 at 2pm (doors open at 1:30)





Taproot Theatre Company’s Isaac Studio Theater

212 N. 85th St. Seattle 98103, in the Greenwood Neighborhood. Stadium seating.

Handicapped seating on the front row. Parking in the lots of Bank of America and


Chase Bank, or in the pay lot on 85th just East of the theater.



TICKETS AT THE DOOR – cash or check


$15 – Alliance, Jung Society and JPA members; $20 – general audience.

JPA Seattle
Jungian Psychotherapists Association

16150 NE 85th Street, Suite 121
Redmond, WA  98052

(302) 722-JUNG

(302) 722-5864