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Do people see him? Elwood P. Dowd sees him. Elwood's sister Veta most definitely does not. Harvey is a rabbit who is very real to Elwood and a figment of the imagination to almost everyone else. His presence - believed or denied - powerfully impacts every character in this delightful story that writer Mary Chase called "a miracle play told as a farce." Harvey is proof that mysterious and fantastical things can happen, if people are open to them.

Do people see him? Elwood P. Dowd sees him. Elwood's sister Veta most definitely does not. Harvey is a rabbit who is very real to Elwood and a figment of the imagination to almost everyone else. His presence - believed or denied - powerfully impacts every character in this delightful story that writer Mary Chase called "a miracle play told as a farce." Harvey is proof that mysterious and fantastical things can happen, if people are open to them.

Do people see him? Elwood P. Dowd sees him. Elwood's sister Veta most definitely does not. Harvey is a rabbit who is very real to Elwood and a figment of the imagination to almost everyone else. His presence - believed or denied - powerfully impacts every character in this delightful story that writer Mary Chase called "a miracle play told as a farce." Harvey is proof that mysterious and fantastical things can happen, if people are open to them.

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WHERE

A.D. Players
5420 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77056
http://adplayers.org/

TICKET INFO

$20-$70
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