Idiot’s Delight: What to expect from a WWII dramatic comedy

Photo courtesy: Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, Communication

Idiot’s Delight will have its opening night Friday, Oct. at 7 p.m for everyone’s entertainment.

This student production is based off of a 1939 movie where people are caught stuck in a hotel lounge just when WWII is about to loom. Because WWII was just a hard time for everyone, traveling became harder and many people had to stay where they were, it wasn’t safe to be traveling around and the borders were closing. Characters in the play will portray the hardships, but will provide a comedic twist to it all.

Tickets range from $15 for CSUN students, $20 for general admission $17 for seniors and $16 for CSUN employees. Seating is reserved as tickets are being purchased, so there will be no late seating.

For more ticket information you can call 818-677-2488 and reserve your spot.

They will also be performing on Saturday at 7:30 p.m and Sunday at the Nordhoff Hall’s Little Theater. Doors will open at 1:30 p.m. The show will also run on Wednesday, Oct. 14, all through Sunday, Oct. 18 at the same time.

If you have an questions Shad Willingham, an assistant professor and director at the theater department, would be the best person to contact via email shad.willingham@csun.edu.