Locally, we have a couple of theaters that produce high quality shows for the public. The Phoenix Theater or PTK is one of those. It's situated just off our downtown square in a relatively small building, but they really do present shows that are very well-done.
Here's a shot of the set before the show began. It's a very intimate theater, and we almost always sit on the front row. I like being really up close to the characters. :)
Here's the synopsis of the play provided on ptk's website:
I absolutely loved this play! In fact, it is probably my favorite thing I've seen locally. It was funny and a bit risque, my two favorite things. ;) I could definitely tell it was written by an Frenchman; the humor just seemed to fit what I know about French men in particular. It was certainly a comedy of errors and was a bit melodramatic, but I thought the larger-than-life personalities of the actors made the whole experience more fun. Yes, there were parts that were a bit sexist. Yes, the different nationalities of the airline stewardesses were definitely stereotypical. But those things made the entire play more farcical than offensive. I loved the 60s slang and fashion too! It also didn't hurt that the setting of the play was an apartment in Paris. If you ever have the chance to see this play performed in your area, I say you should go for it!