Irish-American Erik Blake has brought his wife and his mother for Thanksgiving at the new home of his daughter and her boyfriend. His mother (affectionately referred to as “Momo”) is suffering from Alzheimer’s, and his other daughter Aimee has recently been the victim of a nasty breakup. The parents are disappointed that their daughters have left home to struggle in New York City, and worried that they are abandoning their values. The Humans
tells the story of the quintessential family reunion: a group of people who love each other but still wrestle with basic human fears: old age, abandonment, poverty, and death.
This production of The Humans
is made possible by a generous donation from the Florence Family Fund.
ALL TICKETS ARE PAY WHAT YOU CAN
The Wilbury Theatre Group believes that the foundation of an equitable and inclusive theatre requires making our shows accessible to all. We are committed to ensuring that everyone who wants to see our shows is able to, which is why we are transitioning admission price for our productions to a "Pay What You Can" model. We encourage our audience members to purchase tickets at a level comfortable for them.
- Our General Admission Ticket Price
- Our General Admission Ticket Price, plus a little extra to help support a community member's access
- If your budget is feeling tight this month, you are welcome to select this price
ACCESS FOR ALL ($5)
- See the show for just $5
Ticket revenue alone doesn’t begin to cover what it costs pay our artists and produce our shows, but we believe that access to the arts is a foundational human right. We encourage you to select a tier in line with your means. All are welcome to select the more expensive tiers, and ALL are welcome to attend this production.
PLEASE NOTE: Performances of 'The Humans' will be held indoors at the Wilbury Group's performance space. Pursuant to the Wilbury Group's Health and Safety Precautions, all attendees must either show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 (at least 14 days have passed since the final dose), or proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken in the prior 72-hours, or proof of a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken in the prior 6-hours. Regardless of vaccination status, all attendees must also wear masks over their nose and mouth during performances.