Barefoot in the Park

is ready to run into your heart


Set in the 1960s, Barefoot in the Park, a comedy by Neil Simon, is a love story about newlyweds, Paul and Corie.  Paul (junior Aidan Harris) is a buttoned up attorney and Corie (junior Natalie Weix) is a young free spirit.  These opposites soon learn that wedded bliss takes a lot of work and compromise, especially when Corie’s anxious mom (junior Layne Allen) and their next door neighbor (senior Venki Padala) seem to be setting off fireworks of their own.


Under the direction of Mark Hawkins, Coppell High School promises to help you laugh out loud at this romantic comedy, just in time for the Valentine holiday.



Junior Claire Robinson (Assistant Director) says, “We have all put so much time and effort into this show.  We hope you will enjoy it.”  “This is such a great and  funny show.  I love that we are able to perform it in our small venue theatre, the Black Box at Coppell High School.  It’s such an intimate venue and it will be so fun,” said junior Layne Allen (Mrs. Banks). 


Don’t miss your opportunity to see Barefoot in the Park. Performance dates are Thursday, February 11th through Saturday, February 13th and closing on Tuesday, February 16th.  All performances begin at 7:30 pm in the Black Box Theatre at Coppell High School.  You can purchase tickets at the door beginning at 6:30 on the night of the performance.  Cost is $7 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens.  For more information, please visit the theatre website at



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