“All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten” is a series of heartwarming, funny, and touching vignettes from the best-selling books by Robert Fulghum. Share. Play fair. Wash your hands. Flush. This play paints the importance of just a few of these simple, timeless life lessons that everyone may have learned, and suggests that the answers to some of our deepest questions, struggles, and fears might be found at the desks of our old kindergarten classroom.
This play was conceived and adapted by Ernest Zula and is directed by Brad Christie.