The Skin of Our Teeth

June 2008
by Thornton Wilder
Directed by Glenn Havlan

The epic story of the Antrobus family’s journey in time from dinosaurs and floods, through the ice age to the era of mass media, in peace and in war. Alexander Woollcott called it “a dauntless and heartening comedy which stands head and shoulders above anything ever written for our stage.” Wilder himself said, “It was written on the eve of our entrance into the war and under strong emotion and I think it mostly comes alive under conditions of crisis.”

8 Performances at
at The Randall Museum Theatre

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