Romantic Comedy Enchanted April at Lamb's Players Theatre
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The last date listed for Enchanted April was Saturday May 5, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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Superstar sisters Nora & Delia Ephron, writers of some of the most popular romantic comedies in history -- including Sleepless in Seattle and When Harry Met Sally -- bring a hilarious and poignant collection of stories to the stage in Love, Loss and What I Wore. Based on the best-selling book by Ilene Beckerman, this show features women telling intimate stories inspired by the articles of clothing they were wearing at the time. As adapted by the Ephron sisters, masters of depicting the female psyche, Love, Loss and What I Wore casts a funny, surprising and touching light on moments that every woman will relate to. This PlayHouse production brings the show that Variety called "powerful, sweet and saucy" to the stage of the Lyceum Theater.
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“This delicious confection will work its magic on everyone!” —The Daily Telegraph
Enchanted April, nominated for a Tony Award for Best Play of 2003, is funny and wise. Set in 1920s Italy, four Englishwomen escape their cloudy and dreary lives—and marriages—to embark on a bold journey to Tuscany that will change their lives forever. This play is funny, wise and a treat for both eye and ear.
Matthew Barber adapted the best-selling novel of the same title by Elizabeth von Arnim. Movie audiences may be familiar with the story from a well-received 1992 film version directed by Mike Newell and starring Miranda Richardson, Josie Lawrence, Polly Walker, Joan Plowright, Alfred Molina, Michael Kitchen and Jim Broadbent.
Based on Elizabeth Von Arnim’s novel
Adapted for the stage by Matthew Barber
Directed by Deborah Gilmour Smyth
Featuring LPT ensemble members David Cochran Heath and Kerry Meads, joined by guest artists Erin Byron, Ron Choularton, Diana Elledge, Rhona Gold, Jason Heil, D’Ann Patton, and Ayla Yarkut