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HARVEY Ted Britt 131-1 Seat A-5 Campbell Universitys Department of Theater Arts Presented Harvey on April 7th and 8th and from the 13th through the 15th The play was first presented in the early 40s It is also set in this time period It is a very care-free take your mind off of your worries comedic work The main character Elwood P Dowd has a invisible friend a pooka named Harvey who accompanies him during his daily activities A pooka is a mythical creature who appears here and there where ever it pleases and to whoever it pleases In this case the pooka has taken the form of a rabbit who is six feet one and a half inches tall Mr Dowd lives in a large mansion with his sister Veta Louise Simmons and her daughter Myrtle May Simmons Mr Dowds family does not see Harvey at first but they Elwood interacting and talking to Harvey They become extremely worried about him seeing an imaginary rabbit and him spending all of his time with someone who doesnt even exist As difficult and humiliating as it is for her Veta Louise is forced to take Mr Dowd to Chumleys Rest an psychiatric facility on the outskirts of town where he can receive treatments for his problems This faculty was founded by renowned psychiatrist William R Chumley MD Dr Chumley only sees few cases when time permits Veta Louise as any good sister would only wants the best for her brother and insist that Dr Chumley handle this case personally His assistant Miss Kelly denies this request but reassures Veta Louise that her brother will receive top quality attention She is referred to Dr Lyman Sanderson MD a doctor who also practices out at Chumleys Rest Veta Louise describes her situation and Elwoods case to Dr Sanderson but as
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