"It's a very good show," Kaspar said. "And it's funny."
According to a news release from the guild, Born Yesterday" is a political comedy set immediately after World War II about a crude junkman who comes to Washington with his ex-chorus girlfriend to make deals with important government officials.
Because his girlfriend needs education on social graces and politics, he hires a young investigative reporter to do the educating. Of course the reporter and the ex-chorus girl fall in love, so she helps the reporter bring down the junkman, the release also said.
The author of the play is Garson Kanin. It premiered on Broadway in 1946 and starred Judy Holliday as Billie Dawn, the ex-chorus girl
"I like the old shows," Kaspar said. "So when nobody else wants to do the old shows, because nobody knows anything about them, I say, 'All right, I'll do them."
(Above: pictured are, top row: Annika Dockstader, Ted Holste, Charles Lovett, Justin Karcz, Lemonie Stewart, Leana Melville, Jason Hilton; and front row: Mark Mason, Dan Jagodzinski, Matt Dodge, NIcole Kaestner. Not pictured are Jan and Tom Novotny).