Lend Me A Tenor: Broadway Hit and Madcap Opera Farce Comes to Camarillo
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The last date listed for Lend Me A Tenor was Saturday April 30, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Lanford Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning romantic comedy proves the notion that one enchanted evening can change the course of life. It's 1944, and Matt and Sally are past the age of romance. Communication has broken down within their unlikely summer romance, and Sally is resigned to being alone again. She's Protestant and wealthy; he's older and Jewish. Over the course of one evening in a dilapidated boathouse, they become brave enough to reveal their most painful secrets to each other. Winner of both the 1980 Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award, Talley's Folly is a romantic comedy of great lyrical force. Learn More
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REALLY WANTED TO LOVE IT, BUT JUST DIDN'T FEEL IT.... EVEN THOUGH OTHER PEOPLE WERE LAUGHING HYSTERICALLY???? FRIENDS AND FAMILY??? MAYBE WE JUST ARE NOT IN TO THIS KIND OF COMEDY/ FARCE TYPE PRODUCTION. DISLIKED THE LIP-SINK / CANNED MUSICAL BACK...continued
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Camarillo Community Theatre presents the comical farce, Lend Me A Tenor. Written by Ken Ludwig and directed by James Castle Stevens.
The Cleveland Grand Opera Company is abuzz for the opening night performance of the world famous tenor, Tito Morelli (Mario Di Gregorio), who may or may not be dead in his dressing room. Throw in a starstruck opera fan (Mandy Nissen), an opera diva who will stop at nothing to seduce (Tosca Minotto), a general manager who needs this night to go flawlessly (Richard Large), an assistant who is hungering for his own big break (Mark Pamplin), and a large dash of mistaken identity, and you have a hilarious night of comedy that is sure to have you rolling in the aisles.
Also starring Lissa Grafton as Morelli’s hot-headed wife Maria, Todd Ball as the wacky bellhop, and Kate Landro as the colorful Chairwoman of the Opera Guild.