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Not Quite a Memory / A charming story of going home to Italy
Newsday - Long Island, N.Y.
Author: By Aileen Jacobson. STAFF WRITER
Date: Apr 1, 1997
Start Page: B.07
Section: PART II
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MY ITALY STORY. By Joseph Gallo, directed by Joe Brancato, with Daniel Mastrogiorgio. Set by Jeff Cowie, lights by Jeff Nellis, costume by Terence McFarland, sound by Johnna Doty. At 47th Street Theatre, 304 W. 47th St., Manhattan. Seen at Friday's preview.

SPURRED BY a nighttime visit from his grandmother's ghost, and by pleas from his cousin Louis to "help me get the family back together," Thomas DaGato quits his job as an account executive and travels to the tiny Italian town of his ancestors. All he knows about how to get there, from another cousin who once visited, is that the village is "two miles south of Naples, then ask."

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