“Tuesdays with Morrie” stars A. Bryan Humphrey, left, as Morrie Schwartz and Mike Waldhier as the best-seller’s author, Mitch Albom. Next Stage’s 80-minute play alternates between Albom’s narration to the audience and scenes from Schwartz and Albom’s meetings.
“Tuesdays with Morrie” stars A. Bryan Humphrey, left, as Morrie Schwartz and Mike Waldhier as the best-seller’s author, Mitch Albom. Next Stage’s 80-minute play alternates between Albom’s narration to the audience and scenes from Schwartz and Albom’s meetings. Photo provided
“Tuesdays with Morrie” stars A. Bryan Humphrey, left, as Morrie Schwartz and Mike Waldhier as the best-seller’s author, Mitch Albom. Next Stage’s 80-minute play alternates between Albom’s narration to the audience and scenes from Schwartz and Albom’s meetings. Photo provided

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