Middle-age can be a time when one begins to fully enjoy the fruits of their life's hard work—or a terrible prison
in which regrets and sorrows suffuse the home. Come Back, Little Sheba represents the latter of those two possibilities
in a moving drama about a couple that is torn apart when an amorous art student rents a room from them.
Debuted in 1950, Come Back, Little Sheba was the first play ever written by dramatist William Inge, who translated the
middle-class, suburban malaise he saw around him into a terrifying psychological drama in which a husband and wife try in
vain to recapture their lost youth. Their new boarder seems innocent and sweet—a temptation for the husband, a threat
to the wife. But is she as innocent as she looks?
Come Back, Little Sheba tickets are now available for this drama, which
has been a favorite of theater goers since first gracing stages back in the '50s. It explores the motivations and dead ends
we continue to pursue, even when all seems lost—and maybe exactly because all seems lost. Purchase your theater
tickets for this show today.