- $14 for one ticket for seating in rows G–H (up to $21.50 value)
- When: 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays; 2 p.m. on Sundays
Send Me No Flowers
In Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore’s classic comedy, George Kimball has a natural talent for one of the most popular hobbies in the world: hypochondria. When George (played by Rock Hudson in the film of the same name) overhears his doctor discussing the imminent death of a patient, he naturally assumes he’s the one about to kick the bucket. Enlisting his friend Arnold’s help, George starts to get his affairs in order—up to and including picking out a new husband for his doting wife and buying a cemetery plot for the three of them. But Judy doesn’t know that George thinks he’s at death’s door—she just knows he’s acting suspiciously, and all the deception seems destined to keep Mr. Kimball from resting (alive or otherwise) in peace.
This production, directed by Keith Anderson, stars local actors Lizette Kent Allen, Nathan Boyer, Bud Emerson, Frank Godinez, David Raines, Martin White, and Mary Volpe-Dawson.