The Last Night of Ballyhoo

Written by Alfred Uhry
Directed by Carol Fisher

The biting comedy that was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and won the Tony Award for Best Play of 1997 highlights a Jewish family in 1939 Atlanta whose main goal is to assimilate at any cost. Alfred Uhry, the author of Driving Miss Daisy and Parade, manages to wrap this cautionary tale in an appealing family drama laced with abundant humor and considerable compassion for the imperfections in everyday life. "The show is tight and entertaining from start to finish. Like all family-oriented shows, the comedy and drama come within the characters and their interaction." EXAMINER.COM

October 22 – November 12, 2016
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21)
Sundays at 2pm ($17)

Please select a performance

Friday/Saturday: $21

Sunday: $17

Please be considerate of your fellow ticket buyers and try not to leave a single seat in a row.

Row K, Seats #1 and #2 are held to accommodate people with disabilities.  They can be purchased by calling the box office at 201-261-4200. These seats will be released for public sale two weeks prior to performance.