Neil Simon's Autobiographical Chapter Two
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The last date listed for Chapter Two was Friday October 4, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Playwright Mary Chase won a Pulitzer Prize for Harvey, her enduring comedy about the gentle Elwood P. Dowd, his domineering and society-loving sister Veta, the doctors at a nearby sanitarium and, of course, Elwood's best friend, a giant invisible rabbit named Harvey. To save her family from embarrassment, Veta tries to have Elwood committed, but things don't go exactly according to plan and Veta gets committed instead. A long-running Broadway hit, Harvey was adapted into an Oscar-winning 1950 movie starring Jimmy Stewart. Learn More
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The Ross Valley Players is the oldest continually operating community theater on the West Coast. Created in 1930 as a way to escape the hardships of the Depression, the theater has introduced live theater to thousands of Marin residents over the years. Initially, The Players performed at the Community Hall of St. John's Episcopal Church in Ross. In the early 1940s, RVP moved to its current location, the Barn Theater in the Marin Art and Garden Center.