The Pulitzer Prize Winning Play
Elwood P. Dowd is middle-aged, mild-mannered, and relatively wealthy. He is convinced that he is attended by a six-foot-plus tall white rabbit, who has become his greatest friend. The rabbit, named Harvey, is invisible to everyone except Elwood, and his insistence on Harvey’s existence creates a social nightmare for his widowed sister Veta and her daughter Myrtle Mae. The women decide to have Elwood committed to Chumley’s Rest—but it seems the imaginary Harvey has unexpected tangible powers, and soon everyone is falling under his invisible charms. As lighthearted chaos ensues, Elwood goes missing and it more and more seems that Harvey may be less imaginary than anyone thought.