The Last Night of Ballyhoo whisks you back to December 1939. Gone with the Wind is having its world premiere and Hitler is invading Poland. But the biggest concern of Atlanta's Freitag family is Ballyhoo, a lavish ball for the southern Jewish elite. When Uncle Adolph brings Joe -- his new, very eligible assistant -- home for dinner, the romantic schemes begin. The family gets pulled apart and then mended back again with plenty of comedy, romance and revelations along the way. Alfred Uhry's comedy captures the same heartfelt warmth as his earlier success, Driving Miss Daisy. Get caught up in the Freitag family drama when The Last Night of Ballyhoo comes to Haddonfield Plays and Players Performing Arts Center.