Morning After Grace Presented by the Purple Rose Theatre

. October 1, 2016.
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It’s a world premiere at the Purple Rose Theatre about a man and a woman — Angus and Abigail — who wake up together after a drunken evening. For Abigail, it might be the start of something truly memorable, and a chance to reconnect with someone, her first since her husband left her for a younger woman years ago. But for Abigail and Angus, building a future isn’t going to be that simple. A comedy that collides with relationships and divorce, Morning After Grace, written by Carey Crim and directed by Guy Sanville, runs through December 19.

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