by Thornton Wilder
Meet the Antrobus family from New Jersey. The parents have been married for 5,000 years, and their kids have dinosaurs for pets. Whether they are inventing the alphabet or saving the world from war, plague, floods, and apocalypse, they somehow manage to survive. This innovative 1943 Pulitzer Prize-winner combines absurdist comedy and social commentary into an astonishingly relevant theatrical fable.
“A remarkable gift to an America entrenched in catastrophe.” – Paula Vogel
Directed by Jonathan Carr
Scenic Design by Janet Bobcean
Lighting Design by Oliver Wason