Show Business Weekly reports a new play by David Jenkins "might just help to give new focus to the ailing U.S. Postal Service!"
According to a write-up on its website, "In the playwright’s world premiere Post Office a 19-year-old mail carrier receives advice and mentorship from an aging postal worker who is intent on telling the younger man everything he knows."
Reporter John Rowel goes on say, "Meanwhile, the 19-year-old embarks on an affair with a disillusioned housewife, who imparts lessons of a radically different stripe. Jenkins’s play considers what the decline of the U.S. Mail means for three residents of a small town, each of them linked by the mail system. It’s a timely look at the state of the American dream and the decline of an American institution."
Performances take place at the New Ohio Theatre in a production directed by Josie Whittlesey, and featuring David Gelles, Anney Giobbe and Eric Hoffmann.
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