Nov 15, 2012 to Dec 9, 2012
In this widly hilarious French farce, written by Maurice Hennequin and Pierre Veber, Count Robert de Trivelin and his lovely new bride Paulette DuPont return from their honeymoon in a bit of desperation. Because of an ill-timed interruption from a customs inspector, Robert was unable to rise to the occasion, and the marriage has yet to be consummated. A grandchild-demanding mother-in-law, a philandering father-in-law, a lurking former suitor, an itinerant Algerian camel-dealer, and a courtesan posing as a painter all help to create a raucous and bawdy whirlwind of uproarious innuendo that you won’t want to miss!
Roselle Center for the Arts
Sponsor: Resident Ensemble Players
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