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The cast of Harvey on stage. Three adults standing and talking in a foyer.


May 18—August 5, 2012

Studio 54


May 18—August 5, 2012

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"Harvey casts a satisfying spell. Jim Parsons is supremely winning."

, the new york times

Two-time Emmy® winner and Golden Globe Award® winner Jim Parsons (“The Big Bang Theory”, The Normal Heart),  Tony® and Emmy Award nominee Charles Kimbrough (The Merchant of Venice) and Tony Award nominee Jessica Hecht (A View from the Bridge) return to Broadway in Mary Chase’s Pulitzer Prize–winning comedy, Harvey.  Parsons stars as one of modern theatre’s most lovable characters, Elwood P. Dowd. Charming and kind, Elwood has only one character flaw: an unwavering friendship with a six-foot-tall, invisible rabbit named Harvey. In order to save the family’s reputation, Elwood’s sister, Veta (Jessica Hecht), takes him to the local sanitarium. But when Dr. William Chumley (Charles Kimbrough) mistakenly commits anxiety-ridden Veta instead of her brother, it sets off a hilarious whirlwind of confusion and chaos as everyone tries to catch a man and his invisible rabbit.

"A show for the entire family, from kids to grandparents. By the end, you too may want to see that rabbit!"

, new york post

Tony and Emmy Award–nominee Scott Ellis (Roundabout’s Twelve Angry Men) directs this classic comedy about losing your mind and finding your real, and imaginary, true friends.

"Sublime! Parsons gives the kind of high-caliber performance even imagination can’t improve on.

, NY 1

Harvey Cast

Elwood P. Dowd
Jim Parsons
Veta Louise Simmons
Jessica Hecht
William R. Chumley, M.D.
Charles Kimbrough
Judge Omar Gaffney
Larry Bryggman
Betty Chumley
Carol Kane
E. J. Lofgren
Peter Benson
Myrtle Mae Simmons
Tracee Chimo
Ruth Kelly, R. N.
Holley Fain
Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet
Angela Paton
Duane Wilson
Rich Sommer
Lyman Sanderson, M.D.
Morgan Spector

Harvey Creative

Scott Ellis
Mary Chase
Don Gregory

benefit performance of this summer's smash hit has been added on August 5 at 7pm. Each ticket to this performance will support Education at Roundabout, which brings over 3,500 NYC public school students to matinees each season. A portion of the ticket will be a tax-deductible contribution.

Roundabout gratefully acknowledges partial underwriting from The Petros and Marina Sabatacakis Foundation.

The empty house of Studio 54. The floor of the orchestra section is wooden. Elaborate gold moldings are on the red walls and ceilings, with a bright blue and gold dome at the top.

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between Broadway and 8th Avenue