Friday, October 24, 2008

289. We Need a Little Humor In Our Lives.

Adults: $12 (FOA members $10)
Students: $5

October 24, 25, & 26
Friday & Saturday: 7 PM
Sunday: 3PM

We all need a little more humor in our lives, especially given the hysterical tone of recent events about the proposed Marine Monument and the Delegate race and the federalization lawsuit and the DEA strip search of inaugural-flight passengers and the ...

So take a break from reality. Yes, there's High School Musical 3 at the movie theatre, but you can watch that later. This weekend at the American Memorial Park auditorium, Friends of the Arts are presenting THE GOOD DOCTOR, a play written by Neil Simon.

Neil Simon is a famous 20th century playwright of such favorites as Barefoot in the Park and The Odd Couple. He's not only won over the public, he's received notable awards, including the Pulitzer Prize (1991).

THE GOOD DOCTOR is Neil Simon's humorous take on a series of short stories by Anton Chekhov. What's not to love?


Saipan Writer said...

I saw this Friday night. It was laugh-out-loud funny in parts, and thought-provoking in others. Smooth tech. Some strong acting (and some a little less so). Enjoyable and definitely worth the price of admission.


Jeff said...

Is that Dr. Lamar?