The Signal Mountain Playhouse Presents The Curious Savage

Thursday, February 06, 2014

For its winter production, the Signal Mountain Playhouse will present John Patrick’s classic comedy The Curious Savage.  Veteran director David Wood is at the helm for this comedy that deals with money and appreciating the valuable things in life.

Review for The Curious Savage:

In the show, Ethel P. Savage inherits a tremendous fortune from her late husband and has good ideas about what she wants to do with this money.  Her stepchildren, however, have other ideas.  An insane asylum’s charming residents come into play along with the three unhappy stepchildren as Ethel enters the facility as a patient.   

Dates for the show are Feb. 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, and 22, with curtain at 8 p.m.  The show will be held at the Mountain Arts Community Center at 809 Kentucky Ave., off the main Mountain highway, 127 N. 

Tickets, at $14 and are available at the door or by calling the MACC at 886-1959.  The ticket price includes dessert and coffee prior to the show, with service beginning at 6:45 p.m.  The Playhouse accepts cash or checks only, no credit cards. 

For more information about The Curious Savage, go to smph.org or call 886-5243.


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