NO CITY FOR OLD MEN OLD WOMEN by Raymond V. Whelan
Sunday, January 25 at 6:30pm
State Theatre, 719 Congress Ave.
During four episodes spanning four decades, fourteen characters struggle for food, shelter and love in Boston, an old American city full of avarice and charm.
Raymond V. Whelan is a former award-winning print journalist based in San Antonio and Marble Falls. Since getting laid off from newspaper work almost three years ago, Whelan has steered full tilt toward live theater, his real passion. His one-act piece Twice Today is currently in rehearsal for FronteraFest 2015. Previous work includes Dinner at Cinderella’s, Lester Leaps Out, Some Women See Things As They Are; and Southie Pride Ezzah Given, all produced during Frontera Fest 2012-2014.