Born yesterday
Harry Brock (Ken Budris) threatens Paul (Robert Barwick), the tutor of Billie Dawn (Julie Anne Nolan). In background: Rick Brown, Scott Guzzo. COURTESY JOHN FRAISSENET

Garson Kanin’s “Born Yesterday” will appear at Studio Playhouse, 14 Alvin Place, March 29-April 13, Thursday-Saturday at 8 p.m., and Sunday at 3 p.m. Aleks Oleksij of Nutley directs the satire, set in Washington, about an ex-chorus girl mistress of millionaire businessman Harry Brock, who arranges for Billie to acquire some polish so she can mingle with a D.C. crowd.

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READ: FIRST PERSON; AN UNLIKEABLE ‘GUY’ AT STUDIO PLAYHOUSE

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Opening night tickets for “Born Yesterday” are buy one, get one free, at studioplayhouse.org/tickets, or by calling 973-744-9752.                                                                                         

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