Branson Spring Play, "Not by Bed Alone," Postponed
NOT BY BED ALONE (Un fil à la patte)
Written by George Feydeau
Translated by Norman Shapiro
George Feydeau’s farces have it all: a strong central plot, characters plunged into ludicrous situations, subplots shaken by surprises, a mad romp in the second act when chaos reaches its summit, and then a clear and clever finale.
Not by Bed Alone is set in the elite world of upper crust Paris of 1890, where the rakish roué Bois d'Enghien is about to marry the wealthy and honorable Viviane Duverger. However, he has yet to break this news to his current girlfriend, Lucette—one of the most notorious divas in the city.
Not by Bed Alone is an unstoppable comedy that unfurls in front of our eyes with its precision as it throws everyone into a dizzy whirlpool of strategy, treachery, misunderstandings, traps, twists, and turns in seemingly never-ending motion.
Come see the Branson production of Not by Bed Alone.
Tuesday, March 24 at 7 pm - (NEW! Open Dress Rehearsal)
Thursday, March 26 at 4:30 pm
Friday, March 27 at 7 pm
Saturday, March 28 at 7 pm
All performances in the Jewett Theater.
Admission free. Reserve your tickets in advance on Eventbrite.
Note: All performances are capped at 100 attendees, as recommended by the Marin County Office of Public Health. If you are feeling sick, please stay home.