The American Premiere of
By Francois Archambault
Translated by Bobby Theodore
Directed by Dan Foster

Ella Dershowitz
John Hutton
Chris Kipiniak
Susan Pellegrino
Susannah Schulman Rogers

Scenery by Steven Kemp
Lighting by Andrew Gmoser
Costumes by Charlotte Palmer-Lane
Sound by William Neal
Movement by Tony Yazbeck
Production Management by Chris Batstone
Stage Managed by Katie Kavett
Produced by Denise Bessette and Olivia Sklar

Edouard’s world is slowly changing. The highly respected professor, political figure and ladies’ man can recite famous historical dates but can’t remember what he ate for breakfast. When a suppressed memory springs to life in the form of a cell phone-obsessed young girl he confuses for a lost family member, he gets a chance to reinvent the past and heal old wounds. A touching and refreshingly funny story about family, memory, and connection.

“Brilliantly conceived and executed. Theater buffs will have to hope the production transfers to an off -Broadway venue in the near future. By all rights it should.” —ONSTAGE

“A powerful, funny, profound, and intensely moving drama at Hudson Stage.” —Scarsdale Inquirer

“You Will Remember Me is personal, familial and political: It’s the first new play in a long time to occasion honest tears.” —The National Post

October 14-29, 2016
Whippoorwill Hall Theatre
North Castle Library
Kent Place, Armonk, NY

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