Best theater performance to make an entire audience sniffle: Tuesdays with Morrie

I'm not a big crier, but when I went to see American Stage's production of uesdays with Morrie, I reminded myself to think happy thoughts. It was useless. Tuesdays is about a reporter who visits his former professor every week. Sounds nice until you find out that teach has Lou Gehrig's disease. Fortunately, my nose-blowing went unnoticed in the cacophony of sniffles and the manly variety of throat-clearing that covers for crying. (Pictured: Michael Edwards and Chaz Mena in Tuesdays with Morrie.)

[About Daily Best of the Bay: From now through mid-September, CL writers and editors are providing sneak peeks of some of their selections in advance of the Best of the Bay Issue Sept. 16. The polls are now closed for the Readers' Poll portion of Best of the Bay, but you'll find all the winners in the BOTB issue. See you at The Loafies on Sept. 15!]

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