Opening November 2014!
“A show for the entire family, from kids to grandparents. By the end, you too may want to see that rabbit!”
– New York Post
Elwood P. Dowd is a kind and charming man, whose lovable character has one major flaw – his best friend is an invisible, six-foot-tall rabbit named Harvey. His society-conscious sister, Veta, decides to save herself future embarrassment by having Elwood committed to the local sanitarium. But when Veta is mistakenly committed in his place, a loony tornado of chaos, confusion, and laughter ensues, leaving everyone chasing after Elwood and his giant, cotton-tailed friend. The Pulitzer Prize-winning HARVEY is a classic comedy about finding ourselves while losing our minds.
November 8-23, 2014
Preview November 7Appropriate for ages ten (10) and up. Harvey is a fun play for the entire family, although younger children may be bored during the production’s longer monologues.
On Opening Night, Saturday, November 8, enjoy a post-show Afterglow reception with complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres while meeting the cast.
Enjoy our Talk Back series with Artistic Director Patrick Klein, the director and cast following the performances on Thursday, November 13 and 20.
These special events are complimentary with the purchase of a ticket for that evening’s performance.
|Elwood P. Dowd||Evan Michael Schumacher|
|Veta Louise Simmons||Mary Price Moore|
|Myrtle Mae Simmons||Ali Koch|
|Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet||Roberta Morris|
|Ruth Kelly, R.N.||Nicole Martin|
|Lyman Sanderson, M.D.||Scott Solomon|
|William R. Chumley, M.D.||John Musgrave|
|Betty Chumley||Celia Maurice|
|Judge Omar Gaffney||Tom Farley|
|Duane Wilson||Drew Reitz|
|E.J. Lofgren||Scott Stanley|
|Director||Jeanie K. Smith|
|Stage Manager||Shibby Thill|
|Set Designer||Ron Gasparinetti|
|Sound Designer||Gordon Smith|
|Prop Designer||Pat Tyler|
|Artistic Director||Patrick Klein|
|Managing Director||Diana Lynn Wiley|
All performances are held at the:
Lucie Stern Theater
1305 Middlefield Road
Palo Alto, CA 94301
In cooperation with the City of Palo Alto, Community Services Department, Division of Arts and Sciences
Please call 650-329-0891 for more information.
Please click HERE for our Newsroom page with publicity and production photos.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS Show times are at 7pm on Thursdays, 8pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2pm on Sundays. For ticket services, please call 650-329-0891. All sales are final; there are no exchanges or refunds. However, season subscribers are able to exchange at no charge. Ask our box office how you can become a season subscriber, and enjoy special perks like exchanges and discounted tickets. Will call ticket information: Tickets are available for pickup at the box office will call window one (1) hour prior to show time. U.S. mail ticket information: If requested, tickets are mailed via the U.S. Post Office First Class mail no later than seven (7) days prior to the show date. Palo Alto Players has two (2) price levels on the seating chart: PRIME and VALUE. If you have accessible seating needs or simply need assistance, please call our box office at (650) 329-0891. Thank you! Enjoy the show!