IN MEMORY OF SYED, who loved seeing these plays.
"Get Smart," a bright comedy-satire play, adapted by Christopher Sergel from the 1960's TV series by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry, needs no introduction for anyone old enough to remember the 1960's hilarious sitcom! In this marvelous spy-spoof Maxwell Smart stumbles into action to stop the sinister organization known as KAOS from blowing up the Statue of Liberty!
"Would you believe that seven police boats are closing in on us right now?" asks Maxwell Smart (famous American spy) to the head of KAOS (Mr. Big) who now holds him captive. When the master criminal finds this a little hard to accept, the straight-faced Smart asks, "Would you believe six?" Maxwell Smart is off on a bizarre new case in which he must stop the sinister organization known as KAOS from their most shameful plot. Their plan this time is to prove their power by blowing up the Statue of Liberty! This is too much, and Smart springs—perhaps we should say stumbles—into action. Magnificently assisted by beautiful Agent 99, Smart proceeds from one gigantic blunder to another—each, however, somehow turning into a master stroke. This is the ultimate spoof of all secret agent thrillers!
Cost of show is discounted to $7 with my special group rate (normally $12). New to this theater is the dinner option before the show on opening night. This will be a "holiday turkey dinner." The cost for our group for show and turkey dinner is $17, however, you have to pre-purchase the dinner option by November 28th. When you RSVP, please post if you will be attending dinner before the show.