Take a journey into a life of absurdity and improbability as Spanish River High School proudly presents its fall production of the 1970s comedy Jabberwock, running from November 2nd through November 4th.
You’ll laugh your way into the adolescent heart of James ‘Jamie’ Thurber, a famed author and cartoonist, as you relive his memoirs set in the fictional town of Columbus, Ohio during World War I. Written by playwrights Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, this zany and quick-witted script will keep you guessing as Jamie faces unexpected encounters with his hilariously dysfunctional family, yet still manages to find sense and sensibility among it all. Jabberwock is recognized as a family comedy and is sure to keep you laughing and entertained.
“Jabberwock is a wonderful story of the adolescent struggle against wit and wisdom,” said Rocco D’Attolico, Program Director of Spanish River High School’s Theatre Arts and Drama Department. “It presents with a large cast of characters which will give each of our students a chance to be a part of this nostalgic play.”
Performances begin at 7:00 p.m. on November 2nd and November 3rd, and at 2:00 p.m. for our Sunday matinee on November 4th at the beautiful state-of-the-art Countess de Hoernle Theatre. The theatre is located on the Spanish River Community High School’s campus at 5100 Jog Road, on the corner of Jog Road and Yamato Road in Boca Raton. Ticket prices are $10.00 for Reserved Seating and may only be purchased online at www.spanishrivertheatre.org. There is free parking onsite and handicapped access is available. For your enjoyment, refreshments will be available at our concession in the lobby before the show and during intermission.
For more information, please contact Elena Doxey, Publicity Chair, at 561-271-4767.