Wendy Miller’s New Play, 17th and Spruce, Opens at Dairy Arts Center Feb 17

Wendy Miller’s New Play, 17th and Spruce, Opens at Dairy Arts Center Feb 17

How does Amy, a nice Jewish girl from a good family, end up in jail? Good question. Turns out she is a love addict in a relationship she can’t get out of. Or can she? Amy prays for help and to her surprise receives it from the other realm. Join us for this irreverent and sometimes surreal dramedy. A hilarious and heartfelt must-see! Tickets now available at the Dairy Arts Center.

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