February 2, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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This is one of the Jewels in Arlington. A small theater that centers on American History. Come join us for an evening of laughter, great food and company.
Dinner at 6pm, play at 8:00pm.
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2931 South Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22206
Though it debuted on Broadway in 1924 and was the basis for silent film in 1926 (as well as a number of subsequent cinematic remakes), The Show-Off feels modern and snappy, imbued timeless archetypes and themes that are familiar to contemporary audiences. Written by Pulitzer winner George Kelly (The Torch-Bearers, Craig's Wife), The Show-Off centers on schemer Aubrey Piper, an ordinary railroad clerk who fancies himself as both incredibly important and about to be rich (thanks to one of his many "great" ideas) -- though it seems that neither is really true. Still, that doesn't stop him trying to woo his love interest and her skeptical family, all while attempting to stumble his way into a fortune.