Quincy Senior High School’s theatre department will present Harvey, by Mary Chase, this spring. This Pulitzer prize winning comedy is the story of a perfect gentleman, Elwood P. Dowd, played by senior Josef Lawler, and his best friend, Harvey- a 6-foot tall invisible white rabbit. As any gentleman would, Elwood loves to introduce his invisible friend to everyone he meets. This makes for an embarrassing situation for his sister, Veta, played by junior Maddy Pool, and her very eligible daughter, Myrtle Mae, played by freshman Natalie Newendyke. After much thought, Veta decides to have her brother committed to a local sanitarium. When the medical staff, played by Ziven Crist, Heather Salmons, and Brad Eston, meet the family, mistakes are made leaving Veta in a raging fit. It is up to Dr. Chumley and Judge Gaffney, played by seniors JT Atwood and Joe Culp, to clean up the mess. This classic comedy is sure to leave the audience in stitches. The production is under the direction of Meghan Buckley and junior Jaelyn Ehrhardt will serve as the student director. Performances are May 9, 10, 11 at 7:30 pm in the QHS Theatre. Tickets are priced at $7.00 for students and $10.00 for adults. Tickets go on sale April 29th by calling the QHS music office at 224-3774 or may be purchased at the door.