“Hay Fever” by Noel Coward



20:00 To 0:00


Event Description

Hay Fever will be performed on the Main Stage Theatre at Southern Oregon University.

Noel Coward’s classic farce, set in midsummer at an English country manor. A spectacularly self-absorbed theatrical family turn a quartet of clueless house guests into pawns in a game of sexual one-upmanship. Written in 1924, Hay Fever was the legendary Coward’s first big hit, making him the toast of London at age 24. Directed by Scott Kaiser

$20 Regular; $15 Senior; $5 Student

Tickets: oca.sou.edu/box-office or call 541.552.6348
Performance dates are as follows:
Thursday, February 28 – 8 pm

Friday, March 1 – 8 pm

Saturday, March 2 – 8 pm

Thursday, March 7 – 8 pm

Friday, March 8 – 8 pm

Saturday, March 9 – 2 pm

Saturday, March 9 – 8 pm

Sunday, March 10 – 2 pm

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