BORN YESTERDAY is a comedy about millionaire junk man, Harry Brock, who brings his beautiful, rough-around-the-edges girlfriend, Billie Dawn, to Washington, D.C. When Billie's lack of social graces becomes a liability to Brock's business dealings, he hires a journalist, Paul Verrall, to educate her. In the process of enlightenment, Billie painfully realizes the nature of Brock's crooked schemes.
On May 15, the public is invited to a community conversation talkback immediately following the show.
Born Yesterday runs April 29 - May 22. Show times are Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. Call the box office for tickets or group rates: (210) 589-8450 or purchase tickets online at www.classictheatre.org. There is no service charge for using the ticket service. Tickets prices are $25 for general admission, $20 for military/seniors/educators and $10 for students.
Garson Kanin wrote Born Yesterday in 1946. A recent revival of Born Yesterday hit Broadway in 2011, with Nina Arianda and Jim Belushi. The 1950's stage-to-film adaptation stars Judy Holliday and William Holden.
The Classic Theatre is located at 1924 Fredericksburg Road, in the heart of the Deco District. The theatre has handicap accessibility.
• This famous comedy by Garson Kanin enjoyed one of the longest runs in history
• Playing at the Classic Theatre, 1924 Fredericksburg Rd., San Antonio
• Direction by Matthew Byron Cassi
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