Experience a live theatrical rendition of the 1936 Academy Award-nominated comedy, “My Man Godfrey,” one of Hollywood’s most treasured commentaries on class and social unrest during the Great Depression.
Manhattan socialite Irene Bullock needs a “forgotten man” to win a scavenger hunt, and no one fits that description more than Godfrey Park, who lives in a Hooverville dump. Irene hires Godfrey as a family servant, to the chagrin of her spoiled sister, Cornelia, who tries her best to get Godfrey fired. As Irene falls for her new butler, Godfrey turns the tables and teaches the frivolous Bullocks a lesson or two.
ON-SITE | Non-Members: General admission; Members: Free
ONLINE | Non-Members: $5.00; Members: Free
Illinois Holocaust Museum’s presentation of “Ghost Army: The Combat Con Artists of World War II” and exhibition-related programming is made possible with generous support from our Supporters, Enjoy Illinois, Pritzker Military Museum & Library, Larry and Carol Levy, Laurie and Phillip Gerber & Family; from Contributors, David Hiller, Judith and William Rader & Family; from Additional Funders, First Division Museum at Cantigny Park, Amy Bazelon and Gary Mitzvah, Golder Family Foundation, Michael and Debbie Strauss, Barbara and Victor Weisskopf; and from Media Partners, Clear Channel Outdoor, Chicago Reader, CBS Channel 2, WBEZ 91.5.Community Partners: 84th Great Lakes Training Division at Fort Sheridan; Honor Flight Chicago; Illinois Department of Jewish War Veterans of the USA“Ghost Army: The Combat Con Artists of World War II” was produced by The National World War II Museum.