TAPA’s Funny, Poignant Plays Explore Aging and Memory


The Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts (TAPA) has found great success in its plays that explore themes of aging. The organization is currently showcasing a production titled “Memory,” which will present two plays about aging. These include Arthur Miller’s “I Can’t Remember Anything,” which follows a widow as she reminisces about her husband’s life, and “The 75th,” about a 75th high school reunion. These performances poke fun at the challenges of getting older while still being sensitive to the topic. “In a wonderful mix of the theater, these plays offer comedy, drama and bittersweet moments.”

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