May 15, 2013 - June 16, 2013
Show Info

"This Feel-good play ... spoke to both new and old generations of theatre-goers!"
- Austin American-Statesman (Read more.)

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"A delightfully engaging production!"
- Austin Monthly (Read more.)

"HARVEY is decidedly upbeat, happy and fun, making it the perfect show for the summer season!"
- BroadwayWorld.com (Read more.)

"Martin Burke's comic performance is flawless, once again!"
- AustinLiveTheatre.com (Read more.)

"ZACH Theatre's production confirms that a story with heart transcends time and place!"
- Austin Entertainment Weekly (Read more.)

In this Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy "Austin's favorite actor" (The Austin Chronicle), Martin Burke stars as Elwood P. Dowd, a happy-go-lucky chap with a kind word for everyone he meets, especially his invisible best friend, a six-foot tall rabbit named "Harvey." When Elwood's social-climbing sister decides to have him committed, this delightful play embarks on a madcap discovery that is by turns hilarious and endearing. Maybe our dreams are more important than we ever imagined.

Make it Dinner and a Show: Click here for Dining Discounts.

Executive Producers

James Armstrong and Larry Connelly
Carolyn and Marc Seriff
Carla Tyson Photography

Please Note: Ticket price is not refundable. Late-comers are seated at the discretion of the House Manager. Unclaimed seats at curtain time are subject to release to patrons on standby.

Click on the images below to view
the HARVEY photo gallery.

MARTIN BURKE stars as the loveable and charming Elwood P. Dowd.

Veta Louise and Myrtle Mae Simmons played by LAUREN LANE (right) and ERIN BARLOW (left)

Dr. William R. Chumley, played by MICHAEL STUART in ZACH Theatre's HARVEY.

Production Photos Courtesy:
Kirk R. Tuck

"It's our dreams that carry us."
— from Harvey



Season Sponsors:
Holiday Inn Schlotzskys
202 South Lamar - Austin, TX 78704 - Phone 512-476-0541
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