Round and Round the Garden: Part of Alan Ayckbourn's Trilogy The Norman Conquests
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The award-winning Cygnet Theatre Company is in the middle of an outstanding season of plays, showing once again why they're San Diego's fastest-growing theater group. Now you can get two tickets to any of this season's last three productions, for one low price. Use both tickets for one production, or use each separately to see any two shows -- the choice is yours. In Jordan Harrison's darkly appealing modern fairy tale Maple and Vine, two stressed-out urbanites trade their iPhones and mocha lattes for life in a community that meticulously recreates the clipped lawns and crisp social mores of the year 1955. Then there's the eight-time Tony Award-winning musical Spring Awakening, in which an electrifying score by Duncan Sheik punctuates an intoxicating story of youth and sexuality that is sure to awaken passion in your heart. Closing out the season is The Motherf**ker With the Hat. This unromantically romantic comedy, a hit on Broadway, is set smack in the middle of New York's gritty streets and filled with hilarity, irreverence and a lot of heart. Learn More
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It was ok. I didn't dislike it. People sitting right next to me were cracking up, but I couldn't understand why that was so funny.
The story goes: A lady is trying to sleep with her sis's husband. The sis knows her husband is pervert. The husband is trying to sleep with everybody... Does it appeal to you?
Maybe I had a problem with their fake British accent. I thought each actor did a great job, but I wish the lines were a little bit more wittier.
Alan Ayckbourn's The Norman Conquests is a Tony Award-winning trilogy of full-length comedies performed in rotating repertory. All three shows have the same plot, but each takes place in a different room, and therefore tells a different part of the story. Each play stands on its own, but seeing all three creates a fuller picture and a unique theatrical experience. See them in any order.
Round and Round the Garden