What if? What if we could know the future effects and consequences of our choices? If we knew how things we turn out, then would we still make the same decisions? This is the premise of Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey’s If/Then: Elizabeth Vaughn has returned to New York City after her marriage fell apart. She is meeting new people and reconnecting with old friends, and is immediately given a choice. Should Elizabeth (as Beth) join her college friend Lucas in the world of community activism and city planning? Or should Elizabeth (as Liz) join her new neighbor Kate to get coffee and listen to a local band? Kitt and Yorkey take the audience through both stories simultaneously, shifting between the worlds of Beth and Liz--and occasionally the two collide. With powerhouse ballads and a witty premise, If/Then is a dynamic investigation into what could have been and what might be, always based on the choices we make.
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