When you're pining for a night out for entertainment in the Yakima Valley, do what many theatre lovers have done for over six decades: take in a show at Warehouse Theatre in Yakima.

The next show in WTC's 2023/2024 season is a hilarious comedy by the incomparable Neil Simon - 'Fools'. You'll want to get tickets for this must-see local theatre performance opening soon.

Warehouse Theatre Company in Yakima Presents Neil Simon's 'Fools'

Directed by Ray Pritchard and Produced by Sandy Jennings, 'Fools' is the story of Leon Tolchinsky, a young teacher who has landed a terrific job in an idyllic Russian hamlet. But when he arrives, it appears that his career may be more complicated than he thought.

He finds people sweeping dust from the stoops back into their houses and others milking their cows upside down … to get more cream.

Leon learns that the town is under a two-hundred-year-old curse of Chronic Stupidity. If he is to keep his job – and get the girl of his dreams – Leon must find a way to break the curse.

Broadway lore has it that Simon penned this play with the intent of writing a flop. The laugh is on him though, because with punchline after punchline, “Fools” is a comedy triumph.

Showtimes, Dates, and Tickets for Fools at Warehouse Theatre in Yakima

SEPT 8, 9; 14,15,16;  21, 22 & 23 @ 7:00 pm - 2:00 matinees on 9/16 and 9/23. Register to win a pair of tickets by filling out the form below.

“Fools” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. - www.concordtheatricals.com


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