Walnut Street Theatre: Last of the Red Hot Lovers
By Neil Simon
- February 12, 2017 at 7:00 pm
In the heat of the sexual revolution of the 1960s, one middle-aged married man sets off to celebrate the decade of free love... before it's too late! Overworked and overweight, Barney Cashman attempts to covertly set up trysts with three potential lovers. Mishaps and hilarity follows as Barney starts to rediscover his humanity and to learn what is actually missing in his life. The king of modern comedic theater, Neil Simon, delivers a hilarious romp through the perils of middle-aged angst. Walnut Street Theatre, America's oldest theater, brings their national reputation and unique artistic vision to this wonderful new production. Bring tissues because this hysterical comedy will leave you crying with laughter!
According to The Philadelphie Inquirer, "As the Walnut Street Theatre’s blisteringly funny production proves, the only thing that hasn’t changed in 50 years is the hilarious failure rate of beta schmucks and their female counterparts left and looked over by the sexual marketplace." Read the review.
This performance will have captioning via supertitles.
$44, $37, $26. 2 Free Student Tickets Available with Mason ID on January 31, 2017