Arsenic and Old Lace

Friday, April 22 and Saturday, April 23

Covenant Theater presents Arsenic and Old Lace
Please join us to see the show during a limited engagement in the Dunlap Center.

The Upper School students at Covenant have been hard at work on the spring drama production, Arsenic and Old Lace, a farcical black comedy written in 1939 by the American playwright Joseph Kesselring.

The story takes place in the living room of the Brewster sisters, Abby and Martha, in Brooklyn, NY and includes their three nephews: Mortimer, a drama critic who has promised to marry the neighboring Reverend’s daughter; Jonathan, a homicidal maniac; and their insane brother who believes he is Teddy Roosevelt. According to the New York Times drama critic, opening night was “so funny none of us will ever forget it!”

Online ticket sales are closed. Tickets may still be purchased at the door.

Performances on Friday at 7PM
Saturday at 2PM and 7PM

Adult Tickets $12
Student Tickets $7

**Please no children under 6 years of age.