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Chenango River Theatre presents Last of the Boys
Chenango River Theatre presents <i>Last of the Boys</i>
Online interview audio now available Chenango River Theatre's Bill Lelbach and Steven Patterson speak with WSKG's Bill Snyder. It's a play about friendship, about how a girl honors her missing father, about how a man deals with the loss of his own father, about hidden conversation that won't go away. Ben and Jeeter meet every summer at the beat-up mobile home where Ben lives in the middle of a toxic dump in California. Jeeter, still using memories of meeting Bob Dylan to pick up chicks, now teaches a college course on the 60's. Ben, whose father was once an aide to Robert McNamara, Secretary of Defense during the build-up in Vietnam, is now a carpenter, still trying to rebuild his own life.

The notion of the 60's has become a myth like Woodstock everyone was there. Now we romanticize that time, but the issues central to that decade still flare up. Last of the Boys is one such story there are thousands still out there, buried deep, that will never come to light.

July 23 -- August 10

991 State Hwy. 12
Greene, NY.

607 656-8499 (TIXX)

website:www.chenangorivertheatre.org