Richmond Triangle Players presents “Lazarus Syndrome”

The show begins February 24th at the theatre in Scott’s Addition

From Richmond Triangle Players:

Middle-aged Elliott (Andrew Firda), who has spent most of his adult life as HIV-positive, is a former concert pianist who now teaches lessons at the local YMCA. He struggles with the survivor’s guilt so common among those who continue to live while so many around them have passed away.

His actor boyfriend (Stevie Rice) has just left town for a tour of Fiddler on the Roof when Elliott’s planned quiet evening at home is suddenly and unexpectedly interrupted by his brother (Andrew C. Boothby) and father (Alan Sader), who arrive carrying Manischewitz, homemade matzo ball soup, brisket and family baggage.

This new comedy explores the power of family and faith and will leave your heart full with the power of humanity!

Learn more and purchase tickets online here.

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