$18/ $15 students and seniors
A Kennedy story you (probably) haven’t heard. David Lewis, a sculptor in Cape Cod, designs a statue of JFK and John Jr. as adults to give them a moment together through art they never had. Ted and Caroline Kennedy support the project, but the town soon becomes divided as art and history collide in this play where JFK is a key character. Deals with the Kennedys, politics, art, media, and what happens when they clash. Based on a true story. Written by Claude Solnik, directed by Donna Mejia with Elizabeth Bove, John Carhart, Jack Coggins, James Earley and David Shakopi.