You only have one show being staged this weekend, but it's a good one - Saturday, Sunday, Monday runs tonight and Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Joan Edwards Performing Arts Center.
You can see photos from the show (including this one by Lori Wolfe) at this Photo Gallery on the Herald-Dispatch's website.
Here's a description of the show:
Brooklyn, 1985. As Mama Rosa prepares her celebrated sauce for the ritual Sunday meal, she recalls her own Mama’s lessons. “To make ragu, my Mama used to say, takes patience.” And love. Family tensions simmer during the Saturday preparations. On Sunday, smoldering antagonisms fuel misunderstanding and harsh words. Pasta plates and wine classes are abandoned on the table as the party breaks up, but on Monday morning, “Nothing gets put away until it is counted,” including the family’s abiding love for each other.
Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for MU Faculty and Senior Citizens, and Free to full-time Marshall students with valid ID.
For more information, call the Marshall Theatre Box Office at 304-696-2787.