Friday, November 1, 2013
Cost: $44, $36, $22
This groundbreaking satire-comedy is forever associated with the 1960s, but its universal themes of youth, rebellion, confusion, love and redemption keep it fresh today. A bold novel, a breakthrough film and a successful Broadway adaptation, this classic is about Benjamin Braddock, a man wandering aimlessly through his post-college life. The 1967 film adaptation's status as one of the highest-grossing movies of all time and a nominee for seven Academy Awards is a testament to its popularity.