The Time of Your Life
By William Saroyan

September 4-30


Edmond Genest and Andrew Weems in The Time of Your Life, 2007 Gerry Goodstein

The Place: A San Francisco waterfront honky-tonk.


The Time: Afternoon and night of a day in October, 1939.


Enter Harry. His pants are a little too large. He is a dumb young fellow,
but he has ideas. His philosophy is simple and beautiful.
The world is sorrowful. The world needs laughter.
Harry is funny. The world needs Harry.
Harry will make the world laugh.


A rarely-performed American classic filled with memorable portraits from an America that seems to have been lost to time. Winner of the 1940 Pulitzer Prize.

Directed by Paul Mullins

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