Delightful, funny, and profound
Through lively characters and clever dialogue, the play Harvey tells the story of Elwood P. Dowd—an arrestingly pleasant man with an invisible friend, Harvey—and his family, who possess varying degrees of understanding. Harvey invites students to consider how much freedom they truly have, from how they feel, to how they think, to how they live, to how they handle others.
- 71 pages
- © 1951