By Alex Moore, Lord Botetourt High School
Lord Botetourt High School put on their school production of “Harvey” by Mary Chase as their Spring play.
Showing three times in late April, the play was hysterically charming.
It was about two and a half hours of entertainment it was worth it.
“Harvey” is about a man, Elwood P. Dowd, whose friend, is an imaginary six-foot tall rabbit. His sister is determined to fix this “problem” by admitting him into a psychiatric center.
The actors and actresses who played the characters did a brilliant job. When the props changed, there was old music playing to keep the audience interested. There was also an intermission between acts.
Every moment seemed to play out perfectly and I cannot recall a single thing I would have changed.
There was no better way to spend my Saturday night than to be amused by this wonderful play.