A witty, totally fresh, unbelievably modern look at marriage from 100 years ago. As the intelligent, charming housewife of a successful doctor, Constance Middleton cheerfully plays her traditional role. But she knows far more than she's willing to let on. This cheeky satire pokes holes in the expectations of relationships, fidelity, and social roles that were just as relevant in the 1920s as they are today.
Featuring an infectiously plucky heroine at the helm, The Constant Wife takes joy in the imperfections of life and applauds those who elude the strict confines of society to discover true happiness. Denver Center for the Performance Arts alum Shelley Butler (Human Error) returns to direct this contagious comedy.