“I’ve just got one thing to say… Plastics, Ben. Plastics.”—The Graduate.
These lines, so etched in the American psyche, became cultural hallmarks, as 1960s youth rebellion seeped into the upper middle-class. The Graduate, its characters, phrases, and themes, continue to ring true nearly half a century after the publication of the novel. Whether seen on film or stage, or read, The Graduate has been a touchstone for generations—representing the universal feelings of rebellion, confusion, frustration, love, and redemption—so honestly, and hilariously, embodied by its the characters. Experience this classic as never before through a live radio play by this esteemed Los Angeles company.
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presented by L.A. Theatre Works
Susan Albert Loewenberg Producing Director
Adapted by Terry Johnson
Sun. Nov. 10, 3pm
$38 gold circle, $33 house, $20 student