The first great American comedy. At a time when we all could use a good laugh, the Players presented the play that gave birth to the American funny bone. Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's Pulitzer Prize winning 1936 play is considered by comedy writers and critics alike to sit at the root of all things funny in American art -- stage, film and TV.
This family-friendly, Pulitzer Prize-winning play about a hilariously unconventional family and their unusually eclectic friends will leave you breathless with laughter. The crazy, lovable Sycamore family plays impromptu hosts when their soon to be in-laws arrive unexpectedly for dinner. Sparks fly (literally!) as the non-conformist Sycamores face-off with the ultra-traditional Kirbys. Classic comedy takes center stage in Kaufman and Hart's American masterpiece.