When: Mon., Oct. 23, 5:30-6:30 p.m. 2017
Set in the Hudson Valley, its narrator, Jeremiah Curtin, is a first-year college teacher who struggles with the paradoxes of his new profession while simultaneously trying to educate himself in the complexities of loving the woman who was his first-grade teacher 20 years earlier. This is a story of boundaries and of breakthroughs. Donald Anderson came to Marist College in 1970 and where he taught literature, writing, and theatre. He has also been an actor and playwright in the Hudson Valley region.