by Richard Bean
Based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldini with songs by Grant Olding
Directed by Connie Canaday Howard
Preview: Thursday, May 6
In one of the funniest scripts in recent memory, the ever-starving Francis Henshall finds himself working for both a gangster and a criminal in hiding, both of whom are linked in a web of schemes, shakedowns and seductions. To prevent the discovery that he is working for two bosses, Francis must do everything he can to keep his two gunners apart, while still getting food and the girl. Playwright Richard Bean transports the commedia dell’arte conventions of the 1746 The Servant of Two Masters to the seaside town of Brighton 1963. Full of mayhem, mistaken identities, sexual trysts, and madcap joie de vivre!
Contains adult themes and language.
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