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Bedroom Farce
a Comedy
CATEGORY :
by Alan Ayckbourn

COMPANY : Red Chair Theater [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Red Chair Theater [WEBSITE]
ID# 335

SHOWING : October 25, 2001 - November 17, 2001

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

What happens when sex is not premarital and is something that can happen on a daily basis? Bedroom Farce. This comedy takes a ‘day in the life’ glimpse of four couples at drastically different stages in their relationships. At the heart of it all, we have a house warming party where personal connections are unexpectedly altered, the roof's leaking from somewhere, and the phone just won't stop ringing! Time for bed. Directed by Stephano Andreas, Bedroom Farce has an eight member cast including Zip Rampey, Allison Breyer, Chris Pierce, Jen Caldwell, Steve Westdahl, Traci Redmond, Bran Peacock, and Meghan Kimzey. The show runs Oct. 25th - Nov. 17th Thur–Sat at 8 PM. Ticket prices are $12-15. Discounts available for students with valid I.D. To purchase tickets, call toll free 866/468-7630. Call 404/872-HaHa or visit www.redchairtheater.com for reservations.


CAST & CREW LIST
Producer Jennifer L. Caldwell
Producer Traci Redmond
Director Stephano Andreas
Wardrobe Designer Jennah Singleton
Delia Allison Breyer
Jan Davies Jennifer L. Caldwell
Kate Meghan Kimzey
Malcolm Bran Peacock
Nick Davies Chris Pierce
Ernest Zip Rampy
Susannah Traci Redmond
Trevor Steven Westdahl
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Fast Paced and Funny
by RyanVictorCline
Friday, March 20, 2009
4.0


I was invited to see this show by a friend who does some acting in Atlanta, and being familiar with the play, we both expected to hear some outrageous British dialect work. Well, Aycbourn' play has been adapted here, taking place in America, quite possibly in Atlanta. It worked very well I thought, and saves us the trouble of Americans working on the dialect and allows them to work on their roles.

Quite the young cast, but very talented.

Funny, lots of energy, great timing. The four couples are depicted vividly in the original script, and lose nothing here.

What was very striking in the production was the actual movement, both within the scenes, and in transition. Very true to the Farce. Seamless, quick and punchy.
The director, Stephano Andreas, can be credited with some clever, crisp blocking, but the cast must truly be acclaimed here for their untiring precision and energy.

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