Today Pop Goes Home: A Play

Book, 1993, 93 pp
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Charles Snavely, a feisty man in his 70's, lives on the other end of the house, the "grandparents" part. His son Lewis and his daughter-in-law Esther live in the main house with their children. Charles does not want to go to a retirement home. Esther waffles both ways. Lewis is on the fence. Lewis' opinionated brother Warren from another state criticizes Lewis for even considering the possibility of sending "Pop" to a retirement home. But Warren himself regrets that he can't help out!

A serious drama about the difficult theme of aging. Do our parents respect us? Do our children respect us? Can the extended family be a home - or is a retirement institution better for everyone? Poignant, tender and entertaining.

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