Arts at ASU Dinner Theatre: “What I Did Last Summer”
A warm-hearted, gently humorous memory play which, in delineating the coming of age of a teenage boy, pinpoints the foibles of the upper-middle-class society of which he is a product.
Dinner begins at 7 p.m. with curtain at 8 p.m.
“A.R. Gurney’s latest and most compelling sojourn into the discreet heart of America’s leisure class—the world which he has continued to expose with fondness, wit and biting accuracy.” —Other Stages.
“The play is warm, touching and humorous, with something to say about the conflict between materialism and idealism which is so basic to the American dream.” —The Stage (London). “Bravo to all and particularly a bravo to that new sage and chronicler of the American white middle class, Gurney.” —NY Post.