Northlight to stage world premiere by author of 'The Outgoing Tide'

Northlight Theatre said Monday that the formerly unannounced fifth show of its 2012-13 season will be a new play by Bruce Graham, the author of “The Outgoing Tide,” a successful past Northlight production starring John Mahoney and Rondi Reed that's expected to move to New York.

Graham's new play is titled “Stella & Lou,” set in a bar owned by the Lou of the title and exploring changing relationships and our desire for companionship. The play will have its world premiere   in Skokie  in May 2013.

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