Family-friendly comedy in the works at Lubbock Community Theatre - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Family-friendly comedy in the works at Lubbock Community Theatre

Over the River and Through the Woods (Source: Lubbock Community Theatre) Over the River and Through the Woods (Source: Lubbock Community Theatre)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Over the River & Through the Woods will debut at the Lubbock Community Theatre on April 28.

The play, directed by Heather May, ran off-Broadway for more than 800 performances.

The family-friendly comedy centers around a single, Italian-man who receives an offer for his dream job.

The only problem, is that the job is across the country, meaning he will not be able to make his weekly dinners with his grandparents on Sunday evenings.

Both sets of grandparents begin to devise a plan to get their grandson to stay in their New Jersey town.

The play runs April 28-30, May 5-7, and May 12-14. 

Click here for tickets.

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