A Generation Apart

Theater: ‘4000 Miles’
Gregory Boover and Annette Miller in “4000 Miles.” Photo by Christopher Duggan

Sometimes it’s easier to get along with relatives a generation away. Which is why Leo, after crossing the country west to east by bicycle, losing a best pal and then a girlfriend along the way, takes refuge with Vera, his lefty grandmother who lives in a nice, rent-controlled Greenwich Village apartment with parquet floors and molding on the plaster walls. 

He is young, wayward, lost.

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