Who is your best friend? Does he or she happen to be a six-and-a-half-foot white rabbit named Harvey? Well, for Elwood P. Dowd it is. The fantastic show “Harvey” is being performed at the Ashland High School’s theater  this February. This it the show you should not miss- It’s funny and heart-felt and is a classic play everyone should see.

The story of Elwood P. Dowd and his pal Harvey is a one curious story. Yes, it’s quite funny, but not only that-Elwood and his invisible friend have a different way of looking at life- a better way it seems. Everyone, including his sister, Veta, thinks Elwood should be locked up for good. But the shock is not only Elwood can see Harvey…

Veta and her daughter Myrtle Mae want to commit Elwood to a sanitarium which will, in their eyes, make him a normal person. But who wants to be normal?

“He will be a perfectly normal human being- and we know what bastards they are” – Cabby, played by Jackson Richmond.

“Harvey” will be Ashland High School’s second play this year, and will make a great family-friendly show.  The play at AHS will be directed by John Stadelman and the cast includes Jeremiah Lieberman ,Lindsey Crocker, Ceili Widmann, Mason McLellan, Noah Yaconelli, Aubyn Heglie, Shay Astor and other familiar students at Ashland High School. Click here for the full cast list.

The show will be running from the 27th of February to the 10th of March. There will be a preview on the 27th, costing only five dollars to all. Admission for the rest of the run costs eight dollars for students and ten dollars for general admission. Please come support the Ashland High School’s Drama Department!