The Tony Award®-winning playwright of Lend Me a Tenor is back with another farce set on the precipice of a big concert in 1936 Paris. When star tenor Tito Merelli refuses to perform at a Three Tenors-style concert, American impresario Saunders and his sidekick Max stumble-upon Beppo the Bellman, who happens to look exactly like Tito and has a voice to match. Throw in a couple of young lovers caught in flagrante delicto, Tito’s fiery wife, a randy Russian diva, some slamming doors, and the result is an uproarious laugh-riot and evening of adult fun.
Featuring comedy veterans Emily Townley (Bad Dog) and Alan Wade (Dial 'M' for Murder).
Jason King Jones
Doors slam, trios are sung, seductions are interrupted, faces are slapped and a very good time ensues.The New York Times