The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family Play Three: Women of a Certain Age

The final play in Richard Nelson’s The Gabriels trilogy, Women of a Certain Age takes place in the course of a single night, eight months after we first meet the Gabriels. Patricia, the family matriarch, joins her children and daughters-in-law as they prepare a meal from the past and consider the future of their country, town and home. Paying tribute to the difficult year behind them, the Gabriels compare notes on the search for empathy and authenticity at a time when the game seems rigged and the rules are forever changing. Women of a Certain Age is preceded by Hungry and What Did You Expect?

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