Barefoot in the Park Premiers at the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre

. April 1, 2016.

Directed by Wendy Wright and produced by Theresa Myers, Neil Simon’s Barefoot in the Park is playing at the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre. The performance centers around two newlyweds, Corie and Paul Bratter, who move into the top floor of a New York City Brownstone. The narrative follows the lovebirds over the course of four days, as the straight-laced Paul and the free-spirited Corie figure out how to live together while dealing with a meddlesome neighbor and an oppressive mother-in-law. It all adds up to a groovy American love story in classic Simon style. Runs through April 21-24. 

 

7:30pm Thursday | 8pm Friday and Saturday | 2pm Sunday.
$11-$22 | Ann Arbor Civic Theatre | 322 W. Ann St.
734-971-0605 | a2ct.org

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