What You'll Get
When an aging couple learns they're losing their house due to the Wall Street mortgage scam, unemployed bricklayer Hubert and his homemaker wife Mildred are faced with destitution and homelessness. Their adult son Herman, an unsuccessful painter who depends on his parents for everything, announces he's having an exhibit of his art. Thus begins a furious family battle over clashing values. With Foreclosure or Yelling at Women Walking Their Dogs, veteran actor-playwright Raymond J. Barry (Justified), offers a new play that questions the meaning of work, the value of art and the survival of family in a time of economic crisis. Watch the family drama come to a head when Foreclosure comes to L.A.'s Greenway Court Theatre.
The Fine Print
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