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HARVEY by Mary Chase

at Court Theatre, Spring 2017

Elwood P. Dowd is a pleasant man with a unique friend, Harvey—who happens to be an invisible, six-foot tall rabbit. Elwood embraces Harvey in his life and introduces him to everyone he meets, thoroughly embarrassing his social-climbing sister, Veta. Questioning his sanity, she decides to have him committed to a sanitarium, but nothing goes quite according to plan. The search is on for the mild-mannered Elwood and his unseen companion.