"The House of Blue Leaves"
Written By John Guare & directed by Neill Hartley
Special Performance on
Saturday February 25th 3:00 PM
St. Andrew's Center for the Arts
(formerly known as St. Andrew's Church)
17 Llandillo Road Havertown, PA 19083
Please consider attending this special one-time performance of House of Blue Leaves that is a preview performance before it opens at Walnut St. Theater - Studio 5 in Center City on March 2nd. Tickets are discounted at $7.50 (regularly $25) with all proceeds being donated to St. Andrew's Center for the Arts. No reservations needed, just show up at least 15 minutes prior to curtain time.
The House of Blue Leaves is a zany comedy centered on the day the Pope made his visit to New York City in 1965. The play's author, John Guare, uses his characters to accentuate the elusive search for fame, and also begs the question: What is normal? Every wonderfully wacky character is searching for that ambiguous something that fame represents. They make us question: Which of these characters are really normal? But, what is normal? In today's world of reality television, creating fame out of normal people makes The House of Blue Leaves more relevant now than ever before.