Filled with high comedy and low farce, The Man Who Came to Dinner
hits the stage at Las Vegas Little Theatre, southern Nevada's longest running non-profit community theatre. Set at Christmastime in 1930s Ohio, this classic American comedy is the story of New York radio personality Sheridan Whiteside, who's invited to dine at the home of provincial businessman Ernest Stanley. But before entering the house, Whiteside slips on the front steps and breaks his hip. What follows are a tumultuous six weeks of confinement, during which time Whiteside takes over the Stanley household, inviting ex-convicts to meals, receiving suspicious gifts, and racking up a $784 phone bill. The Man Who Came to Dinner
was made into a 1942 film starring Betty Davis. This production features a cast of more than 20 talented local actors, and is directed by Mario Mendez.
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