• Album by David Rimmer. Art by Olivia Wise ‘18
IMPORTANT: To encourage social distancing efforts, this event has been canceled. Thank you for your support at this time.

The Sarofim School of Fine Arts is pleased to present the student production of Album by David Rimmer.

Amid the cultural revolution of the sixties, Peggy, Trish, Billy, and Boo face their own personal revolutions while growing up together through their high school years. As they discover their identities and grapple with their newfound sexualities, they express themselves in the only way that makes sense: through the popular music of the period. The songs of the Beach Boys, the Beatles, and Bob Dylan amplify the hopes, fears, and desires of this band of teens in a coming-of-age story that will resonate with audiences across generations. Running for one weekend only, don’t miss this charming comedy that was a Pulitzer Prize finalist and a long-running Off-Broadway hit!

“…it’s when Mr. Rimmer opens up his characters’ anxieties and dreams that ALBUM really soars; the play takes on the romanticism of a rougher-hewn, latter-day Ah, Wilderness’! —New York Times.

“Rimmer has drawn his kids with fidelity and understanding humor.” —New York Post

“I must report that my juniors in the audience responded with joyous recognition to every flick of the action.” —The New Yorker

April 3-5, 2020 | Friday at 7:30 p.m. | Saturday and Sunday at 3:00 p.m.
Jesse H. & Mary Gibbs Jones Theater
This event is FREE and open to the public. Reserve your tickets with the link below!