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Marjorie, an 85 year old woman failing in health and memory, is joined in her retirement home by a "prime," an artificial intelligence programmed to mimic a younger version of her dead husband. Can "he" help her retain her memories and her self? How can Marjorie and her middle aged daughter and son-in-law deal with what this "prime" can and cannot give, and with the inevitable departure of our loved ones . . . and ourselves?


"Jordan Harrison's elegant, thoughtful and quietly unsettling drama keeps developing in your head, like a photographic negative, long after you have seen it."


New York Times. 

"My first time

seeing a show by New Haven Theater Company...

I walked out feeling the buzz one might associate with a surprisingly prosperous

blind date."

- OnStage

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