Watch a Clip from MTC’s ‘The Snow Geese’ Starring Mary-Louise Parker and Danny Burnstein

Here’s a scene from Manhattan Theatre Clubs, The Snow Geese, courtesy of the New York Times. Starring Mary-Louise Parker and Danny Burstein, the play is written by Sharr White and Directed by Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan.

The play has gotten mixed reviews (though the Times gave it a horrible review) but anything with Parker and Burnstein I think would be well worth seeing.

Here’s a synopsis of the show: With World War I raging abroad, newly widowed Elizabeth Gaesling (Parker) gathers her family for their annual shooting party to mark the opening of hunting season in rural, upstate New York. But Elizabeth is forced to confront a new reality as her carefree eldest son comes to terms with his impending deployment overseas and her younger son discovers that the father they all revered left them deeply in debt.  Together, the family must let go of the life they’ve always known. 

Check out the clip below!

via The New York Times

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