It's Now or Never
Writer and storyteller Judah Leblang presents the Boston premiere of his new show, "It's Now or Never: My Life in the Late Middle Ages," a humorous and poignant look at times when 'man planned and God laughed.' at the Beacon Hill Friends House on Beacon Hill. The approximately one hour show explores issues of getting older, looking for love, life on the road, and dealing with life's curveballs--the inevitable challenges that are not on our collective 'to do list.'
Winnipeg's Jewish Post called the show "intriguing" and "masterfully told," while audience members described the show as "raw, real and funny" and "a great description of getting older."
Judah Leblang writes the "Life in the Slow Lane" column for Bay Windows, Boston's gay newspaper. His radio essays have been featured on 200 NPR and ABC-radio network stations around the US. He has performed his one-man shows at fringe festivals in Chicago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, and Regina, Canada.
Beacon Hill Friends House (View)
6 Chesnut St.
Boston, MA 02108
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|