Hub Theatre Company of Boston opens its second season with Three Days of Rain, a modern-day masterpiece by Tony Award winning playwright Richard Greenberg at the First Church in Boston April 4-19

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Boston MA, February 20, 2014-Hub Theatre Company of Boston opens its second season with Three Days of Rain, a modern-day masterpiece by Tony Award winning playwright Richard Greenberg at the First Church in Boston April 4-19.

Three Days of Rain tells the story of a dysfunctional family’s tumultuous relationships over the course of two generations. The first act, set in 1995, finds the adult children of architect Edmund Janeway dealing with the aftermath of his death, including surprising revelations that provoke long-delayed confrontations. In the second act, in the same apartment but in 1960, young Janeway and his business partner struggle to design the house that will shape their destiny, but their tempestuous relationship – with each other as well as with a complex and troubled woman – lay an emotional minefield for the next generation to wade through.

Richard Greenberg has penned such works as Take Me Out, The Violet Hour and the Broadway adaptation of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Three Days of Rain was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 1998, and was recently on Broadway featuring Bradley Cooper, Julia Roberts and Paul Rudd.

Daniel Bourque directs a trio of Boston’s finest actors, Marty Seeger Mason, Tim Hoover, and the Hub’s Artistic Director, John Geoffrion.

The Hub Theater Company of Boston was founded in 2012 to develop Boston’s theatre artists, and to break down barriers between audiences and arts. All tickets to all performances are Pay-What-You-Can.

Three Days of Rain, by award-winning playwright Richard Greenberg, presented by the Hub Theatre Company of Boston, April 4-19 at the First Church In Boston, 66 Marlborough St. All tickets are Pay-What-You-Can and may be purchased via www.hubtheatreboston.ticketleap.com

For more information please visit www.hubtheatreboston.org

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