by Public Relations
A conservative all-American girl is caught in a love triangle with her two very liberal neighbors in this political comedy set in the 1960’s.
Cedarville University’s Department of Art, Design and Theatre will be presenting Neil Simon’s “The Star Spangled Girl.” The uproarious comedy tells the story of Sophie, an Olympic swimmer and conservative southern girl who moves in next door to Andy and Norman, protest writers. Norman instantly falls in love with her, and his obsession drives her crazy. Meanwhile, Andy is preoccupied with fending off creditors and charming the landlady to avoid being evicted for not paying the rent.
“The Star Spangled Girl” opens March 29 at 8 p.m. The event is open to the public. Tickets will be available for online purchase March 12. For more information, call 937-766-4491 or visit the Cedarville University “The Star Spangled Girl” webpage.
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