Neil Simon, America’s most beloved playwright, delves into his own history as inspiration for a family story about growing up, togetherness and trust. Winner of the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Lost in Yonkers presents a family you will love and understand.
This play is directed by Buzz Cornell and will be shown at 8:00pm Thursday – Saturday and 3:00pm on Sunday.
The Sumter County Cultural Commission promotes, produces and provides financial support for cultural activities and arts programming for the benefit of the entire Sumter Community, focusing particularly on celebrating the rich cultural and ethnic diversity of the Sumter Community through art education, visual arts, literary arts and the performing arts. The Sumter County Cultural Commission also assumes a leadership role in the Sumter area arts community and encourages partnerships and coalitions between Sumter area schools, arts-based organizations and individual artists and performers for the life enrichment and education of all citizens regardless of social, cultural and economic standing.
Where has the year gone? Spring, summer and fall are passed us with winter just around the corner. Dry weather gives us time to repair our many County dirt roads but a little rain to hold down the dust is always nice.
Funded by a three-way partnership of Sumter County Government, the City of Sumter and the Sumter Smarter Growth Initiative, the Development Board’s mission is to increase per capita income by creating jobs and luring capital investment to our community.