All An Act Cast Reprise Roles for Comedic Sequel
If you're looking to escape, look no further than All An Act's production of Comedy of Tenors.
Friday, Apr. 20
If you're looking to escape to 1936 Paris while still in Erie, look no further than All An Act's production of Comedy of Tenors. This play by Ken Ludwig, a two-time Olivier Award-winning playwright, is a show a year in the making for "A3." Director David Mitchell said that the Comedy of Tenors, a sequel to Lend Me A Tenor, contains the same gut-busting comedy that will leave audiences in stitches. "A3" produced the prequel to Comedy of Tenors during their last season and the cast from that production will be reprising their roles in this piece. Mitchell went on to say that working with an ensemble cast allows the comedic elements to develop more organically and that audiences will be sure to notice their rapport. All An Act is known for their attention to detail in set design, and this show is no exception. The set has been developed by Mitchell, a man who wears many hats during the process of Comedy of Tenors. This comedy is "PG-13" according to Mitchell, and will run until May 13. — Michael Haas
7:30 p.m. (see website for full schedule) // 652 W. 17th St. // $12 Adults; $10 Seniors and Students (cash-only at the door) // allanact.net