Upcounty Theatre Presents: Now and Then

Upcounty Theatre presents: Now and Then
Friday and Saturday, January 10 & 11 and 17 & 18 at 8pm at the Black Rock Center for the Arts (12901 Commons Drive, Germantown MD)
A funny and ultimately moving story about love, regrets and second chances.  Jamie is a young aspiring pianist working as a bartender.  He is closing up for the night when an amiable older gentleman who seems to know the place very well enters and engages him in friendly conversation.  Then, Jamie’s girlfriend Abby comes in.
At that, the gentleman offers them a thousand dollars – each – to sit and just talk for one hour.  They both could use the money and with some reluctance, agree.  At that, they hear an incredible, unbelievable story…that they don’t believe.  But it changes their lives.  A surprising fable about what it means to really love someone.
Tickets available online www.upcountytheatre.org or at the door!

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