Actor-director-writer Paul Linke, best known for his role as Artie Grossman on "CHIPs," will deliver the last performance of the second part of his Time trilogy, Life After Time, Feb. 7 at Florida's Caldwell Theatre Company.
The autobiographical Life After Time finds Linke immediately after losing his first wife Francesca to cancer. Suddenly a single father of three, Linke reflects on the memory of his dead wife, the struggle to return to day-to-day living and the re-entry into dating hell. Life picks up after Time Flies When You're Alive, which was broadcast as an HBO special.
Linke recently directed Charles Nelson Reilly's The Life Of Reilly at the Caldwell. Other credits include recurring appearances on "Judging Amy" and "St.Elsewhere."
Tickets are $15-$12 and available by calling (561) 241-7432. The Caldwell Theatre Company is located at 7873 N. Federal Highway.
Following Linke's performance will be two other shows: Christopher Cooper's Judy Garland one-woman show of the singer's last days, Judy. London. 1969 starring Harriet Oser (March 20, 27) and Kay Ostrenko's Common Threads about growing up on a boat on the Miami River (April 24, May 1). -- By Christine Ehren