Considered the finest Polish comedy ever written, this 19th century verse drama uses Molière-like wit to poke fun of human follies. Upstream takes the hijinks to another level by presenting the play as performed by an actual amateur Polish immigrant theater from the 1930s. A sympathetic satire with a focus on tolerance. Directed by Philip Boehm. Cast: John Bratkowski, John Contini, J. Samuel Davis, Caitlin Mickey, Jane Paradise, Whit Reichert and Peter Winfrey.