George Burns— a cigar-puffing, vaudeville comedian with dry humor and bottle-cap glasses— left a legacy when he died in 1996. Often alongside his wife, Gracie Allen, Burns entertained Americans for decades. Remember his life, legacy and wit during the one-man play, Say Goodnight Gracie. The comedy follows Burns from his childhood on the Lower East Side, to an early career in vaudeville, to his professional and personal relationship with Gracie Allen. $30/VIP seating. $20/reserved seating. 7:30-9:15pm. Saturday, March 4.
Monroe Community College La-Z-Boy Center and Meyer Theater
1555 S. Raisinville Rd. | Monroe, MI.
734-242-7300 | monroeccc.edu/theater