Topeka Civic Theatre in Topeka, Kansas, is holding several different plays these next few months. However, the one you should look forward to for this month is Ken Ludwig’s “The Fox On the Fairway.” It is supposed to be a nice romantic comedy, and is based off of a Marx Brother’s classic. The catchline for the play is “Love, Life and a Man’s Eternal Love Affair with Golf.” This appears to perfectly capture the intimate dealings with the play, so it should be an elating joy to watch.
The play is showing on several days, and began on Jan. 18 and will play until Feb. 9. They are all nighttime viewings on Fridays and Saturdays, so if you are looking for something to fill your time either by yourself or with another, this would be a great opportunity.
The play comes with different pricings depending on your age, as well as the time. The days to go on are, the 18 and 19 with dinner at 6:30 p.m., 25 and 26 also with dinner at 6:30 p.m., the 31 at 6 p.m., 1 and 2 at 6:30 p.m. with dinner, the 3 with brunch at 12:30 p.m., the 7 at 6 p.m., and finally the 8 and the 9 with dinner at 6:30 p.m. There are four different categories of tickets: mainstage, with dinner, with brunch and laugh lines. For students, it is $20 for the mainstage tickets with current ID, $39.50 for dinner, $33.50 with brunch, and just $10 for the laugh lines. To buy your ticket, you can either go in person at an earlier date, or you can purchase one over the phone or online. Just call the main desk at (785)-357-5213, and the person at the desk can answer any questions that you have.
Rebecca Lewis, a sophomore mass media major, is really looking forward to see this play.
“I am really looking forward to going to this play with some of my theater friends. They have told me good things about the Topeka Civic Theater, so I decided I have to see it for myself. I picked this specific play because I really like to watch romantic comedies. I am sure I won’t be disappointed,” said Lewis.
Brian Sazo, a senior Spanish major is excited to see it even though he is not a fan of romantic comedies.
“I am looking forward to seeing this, although I don’t really enjoy watching romantic comedies, but several of my friends are going to see it, so I thought, might as well! I am thinking that if it is good, then I might see it again with my family since they are huge theater goers. This makes things easier for me. So I can’t say that I am excited, but I am sure I will be satisfied with the performance. I might even watch it with dinner, since I heard the food is really good,” said Sazo.
To buy your ticket, you can either go in person at an earlier date, or you can purchase one over the phone or online. Just call the main desk at (785)-357-5213, and the person at the desk can answer any questions that you have.