This Pulitzer Prize winner combines farce, burlesque, and satire, depicting the Antrobus family of Excelsior, New Jersey who narrowly escape one cataclysmic disaster after another. Whether he’s inventing the alphabet or saving the world from apocalypse, George Antrobus and his formidable family somehow manage to survive, but only by the skin of their teeth!

Best enjoyed by patrons 10+

RUN TIME: 2HR 45MIN, including two intermissions


DIGITAL STREAMING OPTION: You must purchase digital streaming access by Sunday, January 2nd at midnight. You can watch the performance at your leisure up until January 16th, but your tickets must be secured by the 2nd. Thank you.

Learn more about the playwright here.

View a digital version of the program here.

Want to know more?
Click here to read a conversation between Director, Noah Himmelstein, and Dramaturg, Anna O'Donoghue.
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