Song and dance, good advice and a healthy dose of talent

The 4th iteration of the Center for Successful Aging’s yearly big ‘ol show at the Marjorie Luke Theatre was a more intimate and moving affair this time around. Set in a park, there were monologs by the resident homeless woman, inter-generational encounters that taught both sides of the age spectrum something about each other, a dash of nostalgia, sage advice about dating and sex(!), a good dollop of singing, and even a little dancing. Highly talented performers from the community under the expert direction of Rod Lathim, who also conceived the show, made for sparkling entertainment that embodied the goal of CSA: to make life better for seniors.