Presents Alan Ayckbourn's "Time of My Life"
The season at Zeitgeist Stage Company continues
with Alan Ayckbourn's "Time of My Life," running
February 10 - March 3 in the Plaza Black Box Theatre
at the Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont Street
in Boston’s South End.
produced in 1992, "Time of My Life" revolves around a dinner
party at a favorite restaurant, organized by successful businessman, Gerry
Stratton, to celebrate his wife's 54th birthday. Also present is their
elder son, Glyn, his wife and their younger son, Adam, with his new girlfriend.
After the dinner party breaks up, Ayckbourn takes the play in three different
directions simultaneously. The parents remain in the present, disclosing
secrets and redefining their relationship. The oldest son's story moves
forward in time over the course of two years, exposing a troubled marriage
and a failing business. And the youngest son's story moves backwards in
time, revealing the beginnings of his new relationship with the girlfriend
he brought to the family dinner.
By juxtaposing events from the past, present, and future, Ayckbourn reveals
the entire spectrum of the family experience associated with the life-changing
Under the direction of David J. Miller,
the company includes Maureen Adducci, Michael Steven Costello,
Gene Dante, Margarita Martinez, Glen Moore, Evan Sanderson and
The prolific Sir Alan Ayckbourn is considered to be one of the world's
pre-eminent dramatists. Ayckbourn is a Tony, Olivier and
Moliere Award winner with 76 plays to his credit, including "How
the Other Half Loves," "Absurd Person Singular," "The
Norman Conquests," "Bedroom Farce," "Woman in Mind,"
"Communicating Doors," "Life of Riley" and
"Neighbourhood Watch." His plays have been presented
in London’s West End, Britain’s National Theatre, on Broadway,
Off-Broadway, and in regional theaters across the United States and the
United Kingdom, as well as having been translated into 35 languages.
For tickets and information, stop by the box office at the
adjacent Calderwood Pavilion, call 617-933-8600 or visit BostonTheatreScene.com.