Director's Note

Playwright Ron Aldridge has written a play that pulls at the heart strings while being highly entertaining. A singing and dancing group from the seventies meets up again three decades later in a nursing home, where one member Tony, is terminally ill.  Sarah, who married the leader, Frank, in spite of being in love with Tony, is distraught at the thought that time is running out for them. As memories of their life on stage are invoked, their younger versions appear singing and performing the dance routines. Ultimately this is a feel-good show – full of pace, music and love, and its resounding message, “It’s never too late for love.”

Love looks not with the eyes but with the heart.
— William Shakespeare