A hotel mistakenly books 2 newly wed couples into the same honeymoon suite. One couple, from the Midwest, is young and sweet. The groom's mother calls frequently advising what's on TV at any given moment. Their naiveté puts them at the mercy of the hotel's larcenous bellhop, who often appears at their elbow looking for yet another tip. The other couple is older, tougher and very street smart. This groom's idea of fashionable attire is wearing extra gold chains under his brightly colored, half unbuttoned sport shirt. Both couples dig in their heels when they learn there are no other rooms available citywide.
Will they share the room? How will they share it? And who might share which bed with whom? As the misunderstandings pile up on one another,
the comical situations stack up to a night of laugher.
|Event Date||Friday, 26 March 2004|
|Event End Date||Saturday, 27 March 2004|
Join us for supper at Sophia and Sal’s Restaurant. The saucy and sassy Spinozza family serves up an evening of tasty Italian fare. Enjoy laughs by the ladle as Rosa Spinozza tries to find out who has been dipping into the tax money. Is hubby Sal having an affair with that fur-laden Kitty? Did Aunt Gabby place too many bets on a long shot? Is Candi not really as sweet as her name? Will Vincent and Andrea survive the vengeful flirtations with guests during supper? Who is amnesiac Louie “the Lips” trying to hunt down? Nothing is lost in this fun filled evening, except Nona Sophia’s mind, as she spends an ill-timed visit to the restaurant away from the Happy Home for Wandering Minds. Reserve your seats early!
|Event Date||Friday, 14 November 2003|
|Event End Date||Saturday, 15 November 2003|
In a sinister an old library as one is likely to come across, presided over by the portrait of a grim-faced, mad-eyed old man, a dusty lawyer reads the old man’s last will (involving millions in English Pounds) to his equally sinister and strange family. One member has werewolf tendencies, another wanders about dressed as Julius Caesar, a third is a sweet gentle old matron who simply loves her garden (and what’s buried their) and the joy of making her own home made wines and poisons. By the end of the third act there are more corpses than live members of this strange family left alive. But, what about the old man’s nurse and who is this romantic novelist and her secretary that come to the reading. All is revealed as the plot twists and turns to its surprising conclusion.
|Event Date||Friday, 13 June 2003|
|Event End Date||Saturday, 14 June 2003|
It’s the longest running musical in theatre history, that tells the timeless story of a boy and girl who fall in love and experience hardship and pain in order to understand the true nature of life. The legendary musical includes such standards as “Try to Remember” and “Soon its Gonna Rain”.
|Event Date||Friday, 28 March 2003|
|Event End Date||Saturday, 05 April 2003|