Oct. 25 - Nov 3, 2013
E. Turner Stump Theatre
Directed by Terri Kent
A musical comedy with a book by Joseph Stein and Will Glickman, lyrics by Arnold Horwitt, and music by Albert Hague. One of the first depictions of an Amish community in American pop culture, it includes a traditional barn raising and an old-fashioned country wedding. New York City sophisticates Dan King and Ruth Winters travel to Bird-in-Hand in the Amish country of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, to sell a piece of property to Jacob Yoder, who intends to present it to his daughter Katie and her intended Ezra as a wedding gift. While there, they become involved with the local villagers, including Hilda Miller, who mistakes Dan's kindness for romantic overtures, and Ezra's banished brother Peter, who returns to claim the hand of his childhood sweetheart, Katie. “Plain and Fancy” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.
The Performing Arts Box Office 330-672-2787(ARTS)
www.theatre.kent.edu and www.dance.kent.edu
The box office for The School of Theatre and Dance is located in the lobby of the Roe Green Center, in the Kent State Performing Arts Center (previously known as the Music and Speech Building) on Kent State University's main campus and is open weekdays noon to 5:00pm and one hour prior to each performance start time. Please call for details 330-672-2787. Only regular adult tickets are for sale online, for discounts please contact the box office directly. All sales are final, no refunds.
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