By: Georges Feydeau
March 16 – April 1, 2012
AJ Meeker and Matt Carlsen
|A Flea in Her Ear:
The works of Georges Feydeau, the father of modern farce, have influenced the plots of countless plays, films and TV shows. In this French comedy, artfully combining bedroom farce with comedy of manners, Raymonde, suspects her husband, Victor Emmanuel, of infidelity. With the help of her best friend, Lucienne, she concocts a plan involving a perfumed letter in order to expose Victor’s dalliance at the Hotel Coq d’Or and confirm her suspicions. In exquisite Feydeau fashion, the plan misfires monumentally. Additional convolutions include confused identities, revolving beds, a multitude of doors and the fact that the none-to-bright hotel porter, Poche, is an exact double of Victor. The barrage of hilarity and romantic turmoil continues non-stop until the final curtain.
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Don Carlos Homenides De Histangua
Lucienne Homenides De Histangua
Victor Emmanuel Chandebise
Christie Leigh Carver
Matt Carlsen and AJ Meeker