The Nevada Conservatory Theatre is pleased to present the family-friendly production The Human Comedy by Thom Babbes, based on the novel by William Saroyan from Feb. 20 through Feb. 27.
Purchasing a ticket through the website will grant the ticket holder one-time access to view the streamed production between Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 27 at 11 p.m.
It’s 1943 and America is at war. In a small California town, teenaged Homer Macauley is determined to step up and help support his family while his older brother is fighting overseas. Homer takes an evening job as a telegraph boy, and what he learns while delivering messages and news throughout his community changes his life and the way he feels about family, community, and the way he understands and defines the idea of home. Based on the novel by William Saroyan, this world premiere production will warm your hearts.
“The Nevada Conservatory Theatre and the department of theatre are happy to be working in coordination and partnership with the department of film to be able to bring performances to our community," said Norma Saldivar, chair of the department of theatre. "Working with safety requirements to ensure the safety of students, staff, and artists is paramount, and we look forward to showing you the work of our students."