Recommended for grades 3 to 6 and completely free!
A world premiere play written for the Cincinnati Playhouse in Park by the noted playwright of Last Train to Nibroc: Happy Worst Day Ever is the story of a birthday party that doesn't happen, an unexpected upset on a favorite TV talent show, and an unlikely friendship with the most popular girl in the fourth grade and the nerdiest boy in school, who have more in common than they imagined.
"Had Arlene Hutton been around during Broadway's Golden Age, her finely wrought plays might rank with those of William Inge or Horton Foote. Among postmodern dramatists, Hutton stands apart, relying on traditional techniques in an era where such values grow ever rarer."
For more information, contact Gail Moe, Community Programming, 241-2563, ext. 32