29-year-old Nick just got his dream job that requires him to move to Seattle and away from his Italian-American grandparents in New Jersey. Now they must plot to keep him from leaving! Enjoy a warm-hearted, boisterously funny, and touching story of time passing, children growing up and grandparents growing old.
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Babcock Performing Readers Presents “An Evening With A.A. Milne,” with selections adapted by Gordon S. Jones, Thursday 3 November at 7:30 in the Little Theater in the University of Utah Student Union. Admission is free,
Everyone knows A.A. Milne as the creator of Winnie the Pooh, but few know of Milne’s more serious writing – which was considerable, though generally with a light touch. With excerpts from his contributions to Punch magazine, and other occasional essays, director Gordon Jones shows a different side of this insightful, creative, and thoughtful man. Always whimsical, Milne used humor to call attention to many of the niggling problems that plague and puzzle us yet today.
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