Just outside of Reading, PA, a truck stop sandwich shop offers its formerly incarcerated kitchen staff a shot at redemption as they find purpose and inspiration in their shared quest to create the perfect sandwich. The regional premiere of the TONY-nominated play by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage.
Accessibility: Assistive Listening Systems, Audio Description Available, Closed Captioning
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From the Adjudicators: "Have you ever felt the transformative power of a delicious sandwich? Then you'll have a soft spot for Clyde's at the Arden. This production does a wonderful job with Lynn Nottage's play about second chances, great food, and a boss from hell. You'll laugh, but you will also leave nourished in heart and mind."