Fringe Central Station
Managed by David McKeever
The troubled lives of two couples, one in 1910 and the other a hundred years later, play out simultaneously in the same Craftsman house. When the past is present, home is the future.
Earnest Kearney says "I’ve seen 44 shows at the Hollywood Fringe this year, and Llewelyn-Williams’ performance of a little boy who learns that the world is always magical as long as we keep believing in magic, is at the very top of my list."