British Farce Run For Your Wife at Morgan-Wixson Theatre
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The last date listed for Run For Your Wife was Saturday February 13, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Actor/comedian Steve Martin's contemporary adaptation of the classic comedy The Underpants is a laugh-out-loud satire on bourgeois manners and customs that reveals 1910 to be just as naughty as today. When stuffed-shirt government clerk Theo's young wife accidentally has her panties fall down in public, Theo fears a scandal and financial ruin and the lavish amount of male attention his wife suddenly receives. The incident attracts two suitors wanting rent the spare room in the couple's flat. Neither Theo nor his wife are prepared for the slew of surprises the two tenants bring with them. Learn More
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For video and messages from both wives, visit www.johnsmithcheats.com.
“The humorous antics and shenanigans of the colorful personalities on stage… bring a laugh a minute” -Tolucan Times
“Run For Your Wife is the perfect answer to anyone asking where to find great theater in Los Angeles.” -Acted By
“The production is a well-built comedic train running down the track…and a large share of the credit goes to director Tina Polzin, who keeps the play moving at a breakneck pace, with exceptional blocking, humorous poses and well-timed mugging from the actors… This comedy is one of the funniest I’ve seen on stage in years.” —Palisadian-Post
_Los Angeles Times _Top Pick
In the polygamist tradition of the hit television show Big Love, the comedy _Run For Your Wife _kicks off 2010 with a multi-marital bang. John Smith is an aptly named very ordinary man with a very extraordinary love life. Without so much as a Blackberry, John has managed to keep dual marriages going, until now.
Director Tina Polzin and the cast are all making their Morgan-Wixson debuts, bringing with them an array of New York and international credits. Features Paul Guay, Michael Silva, Tristan Wright, Laura Buckles, Rebekah Voss, Morgan Krantz, and Justin Wade.