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Sylacauga’s Southern Dance and Performing Arts Company ready for opening night of timeless comedy “Harvey”


SYLACAUGA, Ala. – The Southern Dance and Performing Arts Company, a program of SAFE, is set for opening night as its cast performs Mary Chase’s renowned play, “Harvey,” a 1945 Pulitzer Prize winner.

This theatrical experience will unfold at the B.B. Comer High School auditorium, located at 801 Seminole Ave., with public show dates on Oct. 19-21 and Oct. 27 at 7:00 p.m., and a matinee performance on Oct. 28 at 2:00 p.m.

Tickets are priced at $15 and can be purchased at the door or conveniently online at

“Harvey” weaves a tale of whimsy and wit, revolving around Elwood P. Dowd and his invisible, six-foot-tall white rabbit friend, Harvey. When Elwood’s eccentricities threaten his family’s social standing, his sister Veta takes drastic action. However, a mix-up at the local sanatorium leads to a madcap chase through town, all while Elwood and Harvey remain one step ahead.

This timeless play promises laughter for all ages, and SDPAC is honored to bring “Harvey” to the stage in Sylacauga, thanks to the support of various sponsors.

Notable among them are the Alabama State Council on the Arts, Air Experts Heating and Cooling, Hendrickson Properties, Resolute Forest Products, Nexus Bookkeeping, Jessica Taft Realtor, and Area Real Estate.

SAFE’s Southern Dance and Performing Arts Company, a non-profit organization, fosters a loving and nurturing environment for all, regardless of age or experience, by making the arts accessible. Their mission is to provide a holistic arts experience, both on and off the stage, for the entire community.

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