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Don't Dress For Dinner, by Marc Camoletti
Splendidly Suprised
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
5.0
After an impromptu dinner at Nirvana in Roswell, which was very healthy and moderately priced, my Princess and I decided to visit the theatre to see Don't Dress For Dinner. Note that I have often been accused of falling asleep during other plays, so I am always worried the wife may catch me napping if scenes get a little boring.

Ironically, I was bright eyed and bushy for this performance! From the opening scene to the curtain closing, we chuckled to the quick wit and improvisation displayed by all characters. The cast is strong, and for an opening night performance, we were suprised how seamlessly the actors performed.

I would highly encourage you to check out this offering from Rosweater, BTW, did I mention that they also serve wine there? Good friends and a bottle of wine baby, it doesn't get any better! Can't wait to take some more peeps to the play next month!

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