Evan Jonigkeit, Victoria Clark, Danny Burstein, Brian Cross, Mary-Louise Parker and Jessica Love in
Snow Geese; Photo by Jason Bell, © Manhattan Theatre Club

What is it with Sharr White and haunted vacation homes? His earlier play, The Other Place, had Laurie Metcalf as a neurologist in the early stages of dementia revisiting a beloved weekend house, long ago sold to new owners, that was and is still her emotional home, even if her main residence was elsewhere. In Snow Geese, Mr. White’s newest on Broadway, we have an aristocratic family with many homes—in Syracuse, on Gramercy Park, and in the woods of upstate New York—who have for financial and sentimental reasons settled into...

 

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