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'Horowitz And Mrs. Washington' An Emotional Comedy

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Onstage Theatre Company - Horowitz and Mrs. Washington by Henry Denker

January 21 - February 4, 2007
Sundays, 2:00 p.m. matinee performance
(January 21, 28 & February 4)
Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. evening performance
(January 25 & February 1)

Samuel Horowitz is a Jewish widower living alone in Manhattan. He's not known for his tolerance toward others. But his tolerance faces the ultimate test when he's mugged by black men, slashed in the face, and suffers a stroke in the hospital afterwards. Upon his return home, his son places him in the care of a practical nurse named Harriet Washington – a black woman. The relationship between Horowitz and Mrs. Washington is rocky at first, but eventually the two join forces against a foe much more formidable than intolerance or disability. It's a show filled with laughter and emotion.

"The laughter on opening night roared through Broadway ... at hurricane force." - Time

Performances at Hochman JCC, 8500 Jog Road, Boynton Beach.
Tickets: $18 / $15 for JCC members
Phone: 561-740-9000

Onstage Theatre Company
561-963-7997
http://jcconline. com/index. php?src=gendocs& link=Onstage2006 &category= Main

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