Advance $18 / At the Door $20
Senior & Student Advance $15 / At the Door $17
UW-Green Bay Student $10
Performance takes place in the Jean Weidner Theatre located inside of the Weidner Center.
Based on the book by Thornton Wilder
Adapted by Matthew Burnett
Directed by John Mariano
Set in 1926 during the height of the Jazz Age, thirty-year-old Theophilus North quits his teaching position in New Jersey and embarks on quest for fun, adventure and his place in the world. When his used car breaks down, leaving him stranded in Newport, Rhode Island, Theophilus takes on odd jobs in houses of the wealthy. An astonishing charmer of a play, based upon the semi-autobiographical final work of Pulitzer Prize–winning icon of American literature, Thornton Wilder (Our Town, The Skin of Our Teeth, The Matchmaker).