New York City
Neil Simon is one of the funniest and most prolific writers of the past 50 years. Possibly his best known work, The Odd Couple was so successful it became a movie and a long-running TV show.
The plot is simple: Felix Unger is a “neat freak” who is asked to move out by his wife. He moves in with his poker buddy Oscar Madison, who decorates his living room with dirty laundry, empty beer cans, and full ash trays.
This coupling eventually destroys their poker game almost as well as it destroys their friendship. Jim Brownold directs this production, presented by Fort Hill Players.
There will also be a matinee on October 11 at 2 PM.