St. Francis at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
Written by Miranda Jonte
Directed by Jason Mellin
Tessa, a veterinarian who now runs a dog rescue in Northern CA, is outspoken, has an over inflated sense of justice, & probably drinks too much. Being forced out by an incoming Starbucks, she is desperate to find a new building for her no kill shelter. She is at the mercy of the disapproving city council, is confronted with her high school sweetheart moving back home, all the while mentoring teenage volunteer & budding vet Molly Mattie, who has a penchant for pop culture, & thinks Tessa is the greatest thing since sliced bread. At the end of her rope, Tessa is left with approaching her estranged father for financial assistance to keep the rescue open to save the dogs, and ultimately, herself.
In the Morton and Vivian Sigel Black Box Theater
Tickets $25/$20 for Members
May 5-22, 2022
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30, Sunday at 2:00
Please contact the venue directly with any questions.