Come Blow Your Horn is Neil Simon's story of an innocent time and a relationship between a father and his sons unfolding. It's the early 1960s in New York and Harry Baker, owner of the largest artificial fruit business in the east, is the father of two sons. One is a 33 year old playboy; the other, a 21 year old with an urge to assert himself. These two are continually trying their father's easily abused patience. Alan works only two days a week and goes on skiing or golfing jaunts with attractive women. Buddy, hitherto an obedient son who even kissed Aunt Gussie through her veil at Dad's request, has moved into Alan's apartment, leaving a rebellious letter by way of expanation. There is a special benefit performance on April 26 at 8pm. Tickets are $50 for one or $80 for two tickets.