Noël Coward's Rekindled Romantic Comedy Private Lives at Laguna Playhouse
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The last date listed for Private Lives was Sunday March 20, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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Featured review from Donald M.
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Coward stands the test of time! Written in the '30's, this play was amusing and interesting. Superb acting, great sets, and an intimate theater setting. There is nothing to be critical of with this performance. I just wish I were as rich as the characters in the play. If you haven't yet, go see Private Lives!
Written by Noël Coward
Directed by Andrew Barnicle
Presented in association with Rubicon Theatre Company
Scenic Design by Bruce Goodrich
Costume Design by Julie Keen
Lighting Design by Paulie Jenkins
Sound Design by Corinne Carrillo
Production Stage Manager Vernon Willet
Assistant Stage Manager Laurie Hendricks
Passion, anger, love, laughter and romance all shaped by Noël Coward’s wit and comic genius sets the stage for perpetually dueling lovers Amanda and Elyot. In Coward’s most celebrated comedy, the two divorcees unwittingly book adjoining rooms while honeymooning with their new spouses, and quickly realize the folly of their new marriages. Impulsively and in the dead of night, they flee only to be caught days later by their jilted spouses while in a most compromising situation. Don’t miss Noël Coward’s stylish, savvy comedy about modern romance and the people we can't live with—or without.