Lillian, a bookish middle-aged British woman, falls for Jimmy, a man half her age. Promptly divorcing her husband, she marries the young man and buys a flower shop to support his desire to be a gardener. Unbeknownst to Lillian, however, Jimmy has a terminal heart condition, and his anticipation of the end fills him with a restless energy.
Nancy Travis (Lillian) recently wrapped a nine-season run starring opposite Tim Allen in the FOX hit comedy, “Last Man Standing,” as Allen’s wife, “Vanessa.” Travis also starred opposite Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin in the Netflix/Chuck Lorre comedy series, “The Kominsky Method,” which won 2019 Golden Globes Awards for “Best Actor in a Comedy Series” (Michael Douglas) and “Best Comedy Series,” and was also nominated for 2020 SAG Awards including “Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.” On the feature side, Travis made her film debut in the blockbuster comedy “Three Men and A Baby.” Other films include “Internal Affairs,” “Air America,” “Three Men and a Little Lady,” and “So I Married an Axe Murderer.” On stage, she joined the national touring company of Neil Simon’s hit play, Brighton Beach Memoirs. Her additional theatre credits include Broadway’s, I’m Not Rappaport and Athol Fugard’s My Children, My Africa, which the author directed at the La Jolla Playhouse. She is a founding member of the off-Broadway theatre company, Naked Angels.
Join us for a glass of bubbly immediately following the performance!
Immediately following the final Thursday evening performance, meet members of the cast and participate in an informal 20-30 minute Q&A about the show.