The Professional Company Presents
by Liz Duffy Adams
Whatever you do, don’t ditch the comma in the title. Liz Duffy Adams, like a comma, gives pause as she layers time periods in this comedic farce that attempts to chronicle the better part of one night in the life of Aphra Behn, not only the first woman professional playwright, but also a spy for Charles II. Three actors take on multiple roles ranging from jailer to aristocrat, a famous actress, reigning king, and shady spy. There is mischief afoot among real-life characters in this fictional setting. Is it fiction? Yes. Farce? Definitely. Intrigue? That, too. Hilarity from a formidable female? Of course!
Daily at 7:30pm
Matinees at 2pm on September 3 and 7
No Sunday Performances
Tickets from $18-$37
Ticket purchases are non-refundable.
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