October 30–November 1, Thursday–Saturday
7:30 PM each evening, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Seeler Studio Theatre
A heartwarming comedy set in NYC in the 1920s, this play follows the aspirations and travails of a Jewish family seeking a toehold in the American dream. Dad is a plumber who ignores his work to pursue his passion as an inventor, to the dismay of his anxious wife. This warm comedy about families and dreams is presented in honor of the 60th anniversary of Middlebury Hillel. Play by David Freedman, directed by Richard Romagnoli. Sponsored by the Theatre Program. Tickets: $12/10/6; on sale October 13. Go to the online box office.