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4000 Miles

Amber Hemmerle
8 p.m. , Friday February 14 | $25-$80.

 A moving story about a 21-year-old guy and his 91-year-old grandmother helping each other in a time of need. Despite their 70 year age gap, a comradeship grows between the two as they spend time together in divergent stages of life.



Where: Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park
Phone: 513-421-3888
Address: 962 Mt. Adams Circle
Website: www.cincyplay.com

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park

962 Mt. Adams Circle
Cincinnati, Ohio
45202
 
Two stages allow the Playhouse to put on productions concurrently with a vast mix of comedies, dramas, musicals, classics, new works coming from Broadway and off-Broadway and new works on their way up. Playhouse in the Park has won two Tony Awards in recent years. Also home to the weekend Rosenthal Next Generation Series.
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