Photo by Aubrey Reuben
Paul Osborn's Morning's at Seven concerns the doings of four Midwesterns women and three of their husbands, all in their golden years and all struggling to find meaning at the end of life. The title is taken from a Robert Browning poem that includes the line, "Morning's at seven/God's in his heaven/All's right with the world." 2001 Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan directs the cast, including Elizabeth Franz, Piper Laurie, Buck Henry, Christopher Lloyd and Estelle Parsons.
— By Christine Ehren