September 21, 22, 23, 30 and October 1
all shows 7:30PM, except October 1 (2PM)
It’s the mid forties and World War II is nearing its end in Europe and the Pacific. On the home front,
the rebellious fourteen-year-old Charlie is engaged in his own war between growing up in an
upper crust boarding school environment and lashing out against his family’s conservative values.
While his father is fighting overseas, he is summering with his mother and sister in their
lakefront vacation home. While there he meets a bohemian woman who will change his views on
life. This autobiographical comedy is filled with nostalgia but also fueled by questions of class and
privilege in a time when America is reeling from the impact of actual and metaphorical battlefronts.