A Night in Provence: Hilarious Hijinks in the French Riviera
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Featured review from David Boettcher
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Definitely not a great play: With all of the great plays out there, why do mediocre "bedroom farce junk." The actors did their best (especially Eddie Urish who did everything he possibly could to make this thing work). Direction was lackluster and often just lacking. Not a bad afternoon at the theater but so much else is out there which is far superior.
JPACtheatre knows a winning formula, and the combination of playwright Robin Hawdon and director Dante J. Orfei is a sure-fire mixture for laughs. This will be the second of Hawdon’s plays to appear at JPAC under Mr. Orfei’s direction, the first being the wildly hilarious Don’t Dress for Dinner (2007).
The cast includes Eddie Urish (Fred), Katie Jenson (Judy), Caleb Scales (Maurice), Rachelynn Primm (Yvette), and Patrick Cameron (Shaun) of Chicago, IL, and Erin Oeschsel (Moira) of Naperville, IL.
About the Ticket Supplier: Jedlicka Performing Arts Center
The Jedlicka Performing Arts Center (at Morton College) is in its 32nd season of producing an affordable lineup of outstanding plays and musicals just outside the Chicago city limits. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Dante Orfei, JPAC provides a varied season of 3 plays and 3 musicals to over 6,000 patrons a year including over 300 subscribers. JPAC is committed to high production values and low prices and has become known for Chicago premieres of new and rarely produced work and for lavish productions of large-scale Broadway musicals under the auspices of a highly credentialed college faculty.