Cambrian Players presents THE LADIES MAN by Charles Morey, freely translated and adapted from Tailleur pour dames by Georges Feydeau and directed by Lawrence Badanai.
In Belle Époque Paris, the recently married Dr. Hercule Molineaux tells “one, tiny, little, hardly noticeable lie” to cover an innocent but embarrassing indiscretion. From that single untruth tumbles a cascade of increasingly convoluted deceptions, misunderstandings and mistaken identities. Compounding Molineaux’s troubles are a suspicious wife, a gorgon of a mother-in-law, an outrageously aggressive female patient, her violently jealous Prussian husband, a well-intentioned friend with a serious lisp, a valet with attitude, a maid with a secret and more slamming doors than realistic architecture should ever accommodate, all adding up to a hilariously zany and infectiously charming farce.
February 20,21,22,26, 27, 28 and March 1st
Curtain at 8pm
Cambrian Players joins Le Club Canadien Français de Thunder Bay in celebrating 400 years of French presence in Ontario.
Advance tickets available from: Steepers, Fireweed and Calico.
Wednesday & Thursdays ONLY $10
Fridays & Saturdays: Adults $20, Students/Seniors $15
Tickets also available at the door of the theatre.