- Directed by Nathan Schulz
- Written by William Douglas Home
With echoes of P.G Wodehouse, this effervescent romantic comedy takes a light-hearted look at the lives and loves of three fascinating characters. As he peruses The Times obituaries, famous writer Cecil Warbton makes a discovery that has him whistling in the bath! At last, the dull Reggie Townsend has died, widowing the only woman that Cecil truly loved... and lost. With only one thing on his mind – matrimony – he arranges to meet Evelyn under the same tree in his garden where he kissed her years earlier. A comedy of manners and a study of concealed emotions... and loves of three fascinating characters.
This delightful comedy first starred Rex Harrison and Claudette Colbert on Broadway.
Single Ticket Prices
- Adult $25
- Concession $22
- Members $20
- Opening Night $25 (All Tickets)
- Preview Night $15 (All Tickets)