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Here Comes the Sun

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Taking its title and premise from the mythical tale about a young man who flew too close to the sun, Convergence-Continuum's Icarus updates an ancient lesson for modern audiences. In Edwin Sanchez's play, a woman and her brother, who's confined to a wheelchair, hang out at an abandoned beach house. The boy's dream is to swim to the sun; his sister and a pal encourage him. As in the Greek fable, everybody gets a little more than they bargained for. Icarus runs through July 15 at the Liminis, 2438 Scranton Road. Showtimes are 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Tickets are $9 and $12, available by calling 216-687-0074. — By Michael Gallucci
Thursdays-Saturdays, 8 p.m. Starts: June 23. Continues through July 15

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