Fri Mar 20 09:41:10 PDT 2020
Resident director Phelan Scherer comments on Lewis Black's "One Slight Hitch"
The Gold Camp Players at the Historic Homestake Opera House announce their upcoming production of "One Slight Hitch" written by the comedian Lewis Black.
The first surprise about One Slight Hitch is that its not at all the kind of play youd expect from a stand-up comedian. This is no compilation of one-liners held together by some weak plot, its a solid piece of theatrical writing about a family in comic crisis. With an uncanny resemblance to The Philadelphia Story from the 1930s. Plays like this used to be Broadways commercial stock in trade.
Join us for a nostalgic treat to watch Mr. Blacks twist on the once-familiar, still-hummable theme of what happens to a seemingly happy, soon-to-be-wed couple when the neer-do-well ex-boyfriend of the bride-to-be shows up without warning at the front door of her horrified parents on the morning of her great big wedding.
Tickets available at https://www.homestakeoperahouse.org/the-gold-camp-players-in-one-slight-hitch.html
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