The John Astin Theatre is proud to present Gregory S. Moss’s INDIAN SUMMER directed by Peg Denitorne and featuring John Astin as “George.”
This feisty romantic comedy follows a passing fling on the shores of Rhode Island – that could just last a lifetime – a relationship as impossible and charmed as an Indian Summer.
Save the dates November 2nd-4thand 9th-11thand come join us at the John Astin Theatre located in the historic Merrick Barn on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus at 3400 North Charles Street.
Friday and Saturday performances are at 8pm and Sunday matinees at 2pm. Tickets prices are $5 for students w/ID, $12 for Seniors 65+ and JHU Alumni, Faculty, Staff and Retirees, and $15 for General Admission. Reservations encouraged, walk up ticket purchases accepted. Barn doors open one hour before performance.
We hope to see you here at the John Astin Theatre for an Indian Summer.
Be advised, occasional coarse language appears throughout.
One World Café is hosting a Brunch with the Arts for $30 on Sunday, November 4that 12:30pm. It includes an OWC brunch, a shuttle ride to and from OWC to JAT, and admission to INDIAN SUMMER. For additional information and reservation go to One World Café Facebook page.