Kentucky's Horse Cave Theatre will continue its 1999 season with Mark St. Germain's Camping with Henry & Tom, playing Aug. 13-Oct. 2.
Based on an actual event, the play is a speculation about what might have been discussed in the Maryland woods when Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and President Warren G. Harding went on a camping trip in the summer of 1921. Camping won three Lucille Lortel Awards, including outstanding play of the season, when it played in New York in 1995.
Begun in 1977, the Horse Cave presents a summer to fall season of comedies, farces, new works, and classic dramas. Past productions have included Jim Peyton's East of Nineveh, Jeffrey Hatcher's adaptation of The Turn of the Screw and classics by Samuel Beckett, Georges Feydeau, Arthur Miller and William Shakespeare.
Tickets ($17-$19) are available by calling the box office at 1-800-342 2177. The Horse Cave Theatre is located on the web at http://www.horsecavetheatre.org.