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Harvey
By Mary Chase
Directed by Dan Scott
Feb. 19-22


Harvey is Elwood P. Dowd’s best friend. There’s a slight problem, however; Harvey is a six-and-a-half
foot rabbit, who no one but Elwood can see. When Elwood insists upon introducing Harvey to his sister Veta’s
society friends, she has had enough. She decides to have him committed to a sanitarium to spare the family
further embarrassment. Her plans hit a snag, however, when the doctors decide to commit her. Mary Chase’s
Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy has delighted audiences for generations with its wise, gentle humor, both onstage
and in the charming 1950 film starring Jimmy Stewart.

Shows in the New 2014-15 Season!

Macbeth



Monday, March 2, 7 p.m.

David Linneweh and Hans Haberger Reconstructed Landscapes

Feb. 9-March 7

Music Student Recitals

Academic Music

Friday, Feb. 27, 6:30 p.m.

Music, Sing, Music!

Academic Music


Feb. 28

Shakespeare's Macbeth is a tragedy of ambition and hubris, haunted by the supernatural in the form of witches and ghosts. But while we don't often see witches and ghosts in our lives, aren't we all haunted in some ways? Our dreams, our regrets; people we have wronged, people who have wronged us- all exert their pull. Join us as David Skidmore directs this classic tale of a man who reached for the brass ring and found instead a hangman's noose. Jeff Christian will portray the title role along with a cast of Equity Chicago actors in a theatrical reading by The Shakespeare Project of Chicago, celebrating its 20th anniversary season.

Monday, March 2, 7 p.m.
Dorothy Menker Theater

David Linneweh and Hans Haberger Reconstructed Landscapes

Feb. 9-March 7

Music Student Recitals

Academic Music

Friday, Feb. 27, 6:30 p.m.

Music, Sing, Music!

Academic Nusic

Feb. 28 Dorothy Menker Theater