About This Show

Vice and virtue face off in Ben Jonson’s Jacobean comedy about a mischievous little devil who comes to earth to do harm, only to learn that humans can be far more evil than he. In fact, his pathetic attempts to cause trouble are completely ignored by his human counterparts as they pursue their own vices. And yet, in this immoral world, there are still a few people who remain virtuous, proving that those who “have the Seeds of goodness left, will sooner make their way to a true life.”

This production has a 1920’s flair with new music and dancing to highlight the intermingling themes of good and evil. But, to remain true to the Jacobean ideals of good food, good times, and good company, performances are in a dinner theatre, allowing maximum audience comfort and enjoyment. Megan Marod directs.

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: February 6, 2005 Final Performance: February 14, 2005

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