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"The Expiration Date," is Judah Leblang's poignant and humorous one-man show about dealing with life's big questions--How does one handle life as a "junior-senior?" Is there an afterlife? What does it mean to be spiritual without belief in the 'God in the sky?' Does getting older mean becoming wiser?"--and navigating those times when one man planned, and God laughed.

Judah Leblang is a BHFH resident and alum, and a Boston-based writer/teacher and storyteller. HIs essays and commentaries have been broadcast on 200 NPR and ABC-radio network stations around the US. He is the author of two memoirs, including his latest, "Echoes of Jerry," about growing up with his deaf uncle and working in the Deaf Community. He teaches nonfiction writing at GrubStreet in Boston, at Literary Cleveland, and at the Alexandra Writers' Centre in Calgary.

For alumni of Beacon Hill Friends House: We invite you to an alumni dinner after this show! More information here:

​Attending events onsite at BHFH

  • Covid policies: All in-person attendees are required to be up-to-date on vaccination against COVID-19 and to wear a mask while inside. We no longer ask for proof of vaccination upon entering the building. Masks will be available for those who forget them.

  • Getting to BHFH: Use the address "8 Chestnut St., Boston, MA, 02108" for navigation. We recommend taking public transit to get here: We are a short walk from every transit line in Boston. If you choose to drive in, paid street parking is available on Charles Street (and on Beacon Street before 6 pm). We also have parking passes available for the Boston Common Garage.

Event accessibility: Beacon Hill Friends House is working on making our historic space accessible to everyone.

  • ​Automated Closed Captions will be available for all participants (on Zoom and in-person).

  • ​Physical space: 

    • This event will take place in our Meeting Room, which does have access to a ground-level entrance that can accommodate small wheelchairs and other mobility aids. The turning radius is too small for most large or motorized wheelchairs. ​​

    • We have a single-user, all-gender bathroom with wall-mounted handrails and ample space for chairs and/or aides.

    • We are not a scent-free space but tend to be low-scent.

About Beacon Hill Friends House

​Beacon Hill Friends House is a Quaker Center an intentional Community based in downtown Boston, Massachusetts. Learn more at

Beacon Hill Friends House
6 & 8, 6 Chestnut St, Boston, MA 02108, USA
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