SummerStage at Lapham Peak State Park presents: “Don’t Drink the Water”
"Don't Drink the Water" by Woody Allen, produced by SummerStage
“Don’t Drink the Water” by Woody Allen – Directed by Brian D. Zelinski
June 12-14, 19-21, 26-28, 2014 ~ 7:30PM
In a country behind the Iron Curtain at the height of the Cold War, an American family bursts into the American embassy just ahead of police who believe them to be spies because they took some pictures. Unfortunately, the ambassador is not there and has left his incompetent son in charge. The buffoonish parents bumble about the embassy making life difficult for everyone and do their part to incite a mob riot. Frantically, they all work together to plan the family’s escape. This screwball comedy is filled with Allen’s trademark wit and zany dialogue and is sure to move you to great laughter!
Seating is unassigned (festival-style) and available on a first come, first served basis. Bring your own lawn chair or rent one onsite. Pack your own picnic or purchase food, beer, wine, and other beverages at our concession stand.
Admission: $17, $15 Seniors & Students, $7 Youth
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