About the Show
By George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber
Based on the notorious Barrymores, this play follows the career of 3 generations of Broadway actors. Grandmother Fanny is planning a comeback, mother Julie is at the height of her career, daughter Gwen is just starting out, and brother Tony has forsaken the stage for a career in film. This hysterical comedy celebrates dedicating one’s life to the stage while giving a whole new meaning to “more drama than your mama!”
Directed by John McIlwee and Rachel Klem
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
7:30pm Nightly, April 4-6, 10-13
2:00pm, Sunday Matinees: April 7 & 14
Wednesday Community Night: April 10 — All public seats $15 (plus applicable fees and tax)
Audio Description & Closed Captioning: Friday, April 5 — View Captioning here on day of show.
Contact Ticket Central in advance for special assistance.
Adult $23; Sr Citizen $21; Fac/Staff $19; Students $15; NCSU $6
Plus applicable fees and NC sales tax. All seating is reserved.
Located in Thompson Hall
Hours: 1:00-6:00pm, Monday-Friday
(And one hour before curtain on show dates)