The Fox on the Fairway
The Fox on the Fairway is really about love – and the joys and angst and craziness of love—in two different eras of our life. One is in the first blush of youth when we’re in our early 20s; and the other is when we have a second chance at life in our mid—40s. In the comic context of the play, when the world starts falling apart (as it always does some way in a comedy) the older couple revert to their hormonally-charged post-pubescent selves, while the younger set just try to cope with crisis after crisis. By the end, as in the high comedies of the 1930s and 40s, it is desperation that fuels the comedy. And of course it’s always when we think we have our lives in good shape and cared for that they start falling apart, which is at the root of the comic impulse.
Evening performances are Wednesday through Saturday at 8:00 pm and matinee performances are Wednesday, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 2:00 pm. Tickets are $35 with discounts available for seniors, AAA members, military personnel, students and groups.
During the first week, a Rush Ticket Discount is available for the preview performances Thursday, June 28 through the Saturday matinee, June 30. Adult Rush Tickets are $20 and Student Rush Tickets are $10. Rush tickets are very limited, subject to availability and will only be made available for purchase at the Playhouse box office on the day of the show - two hours before the performance begins.