"Butterflies Are Free" at Rogers Street Theatre, downtown Gloucester

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Name: "Butterflies Are Free" at Rogers Street Theatre, downtown Gloucester
Date: July 19, 2019
Time: 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM EDT
Event Description:
"Butterflies Are Free" is a quietly moving comedy-drama by Leonard Gershe, directed by Ray Jenness.
It centers around a young blind aspiring singer-songwriter, Don Baker, who is living away from his overly protective mother  in a Manhattan apartment for the first time.   He develops a relationship with a free-spirited actress, his next-door neighbor.   When his pushy Scarsdale mother arrives for a surprise, unwelcome visit, sparks fly between the two women. 
The play debuted in 1969 at the Booth Theater in New York City - and, as a successful movie, garnered several Oscar and Golden Globe awards.
Rogers Street Theatre, 68A Rogers Street, downtown Gloucester, MA.
Date/Time Information:
July 19, 20 at 7.30;   21st matinee at 3.
July 26, 27 at 7.30;   28th matinee at 3.
July 28 at 3.
Contact Information:
Tickets can be purchased at door or online: www.brownpapertickets.com
$20 general admission
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