When Yvonne's husband, Victor, seems to lose interest in the carnal aspects of their relationship, her friend suggests that Victor might be finding satisfaction elsewhere. To test Victor's fidelity, Yvonne's friend convinces her to send a letter from an imaginary admirer suggesting a hotel assignation. When the letter falls into the wrong hands, it touches off a dizzying string of madcap mix-ups.
Directing is Playhouse favorite, James Rice who directed last year's critical and box office success, Sherlock Holmes. Playhouse artistic director Andrew Vonderchmitt says about the show, "Who doesn't like good old fashioned mistaken identity, sex farce and hijinks?" .
Cast in order of appearance:
Camille: Lee Samuel Tanng
Antoinette: Eva Dailey
Etienne: Greg Wickes
Dr. Finache: Stephen Alan Carver
Lucienne Homenides de Histangua: Holly Baker-Kreiswirth
Yvonne Chandel: Kate Felton
Victor Emmanuel Chandel/Poche: Bill Wolski
Romain Tournel: Joshua Aguilar
Don Carlos Homenides de Histangua: Pablo Alexander
Eugenie: Victoria Martinez
Ferraillon: Noah Wagner
Olympe: Judy Gish
Baptistin: Douglas Seagraves
Rugby: Peter J Rounds
SPECIAL EVENTS FOR THIS PLAY:
Pay what you can Thursday on April 11 - community can see this production for whatever they can afford
Two for One Preview Friday on April 12 - Tickets are $12.00
Opening Night Champagne Reception with cast on April 13 - Tickets are $27.00
Adults are $24.00, seniors $21.00, and Students $14.00.
Tickets are available at www.lbplayhouse.org, or by calling 562-494-1014, option 1.