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A laugh-out-loud comedy and satirical look at how three English couples deal with their relationships, social standings and the pressures of three successive holiday gatherings. A welcome return to the work of Sir Alan Ayckbourn, who wrote our hit production of My Wonderful Day.
Direct from London's West End! Luke Kempner's one-man parody of America's favorite British TV import features over 30 characters, blending celebrity visitors with well-known Downton Abbey favorites, as cultures clash and eras hilariously collide to help the cast save the estate from financial ruin - again! A "remarkable, tour-de-force one-man show." - London Daily Telegraph
Sherlock Holmes is on the case. Comedic genius Ken Ludwig (Lend Me a Tenor, Moon Over Buffalo) transforms Arthur Conan Doyle's classic The Hound of the Baskervilles into a murderously funny adventure. The male heirs of the Baskerville line are being dispatched one by one. To find their ingenious killer, Holmes and Watson must brave the desolate moors. Under the direction of Amanda Dehnert, five transformable actors will bring this spine-tingling Victorian whodunit to life with sheer inventiveness and enormous heart. Get ready for a joyful, mischievous, comedy thriller that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Bill and the Comets starred in two of the first ever movies about the rock music revolution, Rock Around the Clock and Don't Knock the Rock. The Comets began touring the globe and creating hit singles such as "Shake, Rattle & Roll," "See Ya Later Alligator," "Rip It Up," "Rock the Joint" and "Crazy Man Crazy." As their fame increased, their catchy music was featured prominently in movies throughout the 1970s and 1980s, as well as the popular TV show "Happy Days".
Three-time Emmy Award winning TV host comedian Dave Konig's strong energy and classy delivery has been called "a throwback to Milton Berle." Don't miss your chance to laugh out loud!
Woody Allen's wildly comedic play about a well-to-do psychiatrist who has just discovered that her best friend is having an affair with her husband. She has decided that she must confront her friend, but things don't go exactly as planned.
Bring Your Honey to The wedding of Dawn & PJ. It's a comedy wedding celebration and you're invited!
In this comedy wedding, Dawn Harley & PJ Gotbux are complete opposites. Will their marriage go off without a hitch? Not unless the families learn to get along—and you're part of the family!
This Valentine's Day join TheaterToGo at the lovely Chauncey Hotel Princeton NJ. Come for the audience participation dinner show as you enjoy a sumptuous gourmet dinner which includes An appetizer of an assortment of fresh slice fruit with a chiffonade of mint, followed by a main course of Grilled Breast of marinated Chicken with Penne tossed in a tomato and basil sauce accompanied by freshly grated parmesan cheese(Vegetarian Option available upon request) followed by a sumptuous Creamy cheesecake with a fresh berry coulis for dessert. Coffee and tea (cash bar available) Or why not make a weekend of it? Sweetheart Weekend package available.
Maurer Productions OnStage presents this hilarious face of mistaken identities when a meek but helpful assistant manager tries to take the place of the unconscious (over-imbibed) world famous tenor "Il Stupendo" Tito Morelli in an important performance of Otello. But Morelli in the meantime comes to, dons his other costume, and now two Otellos are running around on all cylinders. Come and see the uproarious ending!
One of Shakespeare's most famous, magical, and romantic comedies—performed in just 90 minutes by a cast of local high school students.
She was dubbed the ultimate "party girl" among society's elite, the last courtesan of her time. Living the idyllic life at the luxurious Ritz in Paris for years, Harriman, who was married to the son of Winston Churchill, among others, had no problem spending her step children's inheritance on her extravagant lifestyle. But her step children had enough and conspired with their attorneys to shut her down.
On the edge of losing everything, Harriman is left with her only remaining friend, a handsome young Italian valet at the Paris Ritz Hotel. There, she reveals her journey from man to man and bed to bed, in a funny, yet compelling tour-de-force.
The master of comedy, Christopher Durang, mixes four distinct characters and dishes up a hilarious stew. "Will Vanya and Sonia ever find happiness? Will Masha sell the Bucks County farmhouse out from under them? And will Spike ever put his pants on?" writes USA Today. Touching and wickedly hysterical.