Date(s) - 02/06/2016
A scheming artist, his airhead fiancée, a short-tempered Colonel, two meddlesome neighbors, a cache of stolen furniture, two volatile Germans, one jealous ex-girlfriend and an electrical black-out… what could possibly go wrong? Black Comedy.
The power fails but the laughs never do in this “veritable detonation of human glee” from the pen of Peter Shaffer and directed by Richard camp. Beginning on a darkened stage, the action is illuminated while eight hilarious actors playfully deal with stolen kisses, pilfered furniture, an open trap door, and a deadly sculpture.
For tickets, go to http://ojaiact.org/2016-season.html