Fall 2012 Production: December 1-3 The Man Who Came To Dinner
Evening Performances 7:00 pm; Matinee 12/3 3:00 pm
$5.00 Pre-Order Online
or purchase in advance during student lunches
$8.00 at the door prior to performance
This family-friendly holiday farce, written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman, was first produced at the Music Box Theatre in 1939 with 739 Broadway performances. Having slipped on the ice on the Stanley's doorstep, the celebrated but cantankerous celebrity Sheridan Whiteside is forced to convalesce at their home. He is unhappy about it and determined to see the Stanleys are as unhappy as he is! Whiteside runs up telephone bills, invites convicts to lunch, broadcasts on the radio from their living room, alienates the Stanley children from their parents, and turns his own nurse, Miss Preen, so misanthropic that she takes a job at a munitions factory in hopes of destroying the human race! Whiteside attempts to break up romances, and resorts to blackmail regarding a celebrated (but acquitted) ax murderer! With never a dull moment throughout, the conclusion will invite even more hilarity, leaving you ready to begin this holiday season with a smile on your face!
Meet the Cast, Crew & Director!