The semi-autobiographical, riotous account of stage-struck young David Kolowitz, originated on Broadway by Alan Arkin, working as a delivery boy in a sewing machine factory. Denying his parents' wishes for a druggist in the family, he leaves their dreams and his devoted girlfriend Wanda behind and is soon enlisted (and paying for) a slot as the "leading man" in a third-rate theatrical company while being vamped by the resident less-than leading lady, the daughter of the hammy "artistic director." His baptism of fire is a hilarious first performance where everything that can go wrong, does. Directed by David Allen George.
This performance is a "Salem NIght" with free admission for Salem residents with ID.
The evening also includes a pre-show conversation at 6:30 pm, "Why Laughing Matters."
February 22-24, 7:30 pm
February 25, 2 pm
March 1-3, 7:30 pm
March 4, 2 pm
Tickets $20 general/$15 seniors and students 18 and above/under 18 admitted free, Salem State students admitted free with ID
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Sophia Gordon Center, North Campus
356 Lafayette Street, Salem, MA 01970
Karen A Gahagan