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Wife Begins at Forty
a British Farce
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by Arne Sultan, Earl Barret, Ray Cooney

COMPANY : Centerstage North Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : The Art Place - Mountain View
ID# 3486

SHOWING : October 16, 2009 - October 24, 2009

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

George and Linda Harper's 17 year marriage has gone stale, but George doesn't seem to be aware of it. Linda rearranges her life by enrolling in self improvement courses. Trying for an amicable divorce, they agree to use one lawyer and hire their closest friend. When this backfires, George attempts reconciliation. George botches the seduction due to the unexpected return of their son. But it does result in their realizing they still care about each other ... and that marriages need working at, need to be renewed and renegotiated from time to time and that their's is certainly worth a second chance. A success in London's West End.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Kate Thompson
Set Designer Chris Cerny
Lighting Designer Jeffrey Costello
Stage Manager Mylane Wilson
George Jeffrey Bigger
Leonard Bradley Dunham
Betty Jacqueline Gates
Linda Sarah Mitchell
Roger Dan Rich
Bernard Roger Thompson
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