by Charles Morey
Freely translated and adapted from Tailleur pour Dames by Georges Feydeau
A hilariously zany ride of mistaken identities, near misses and wild coincidences. A joyously racy and infectiously charming farce of which Ben Brantley of the N.Y. Times wrote: “ a shaggy poodle story… Feydeau at his silliest in which a maze lurks behind every door and cases of mistaken identity multiply like mayflies.” “I can’t recall the last time I laughed so hard.” wrote Terry Teachout in the Wall Street Journal.
Published by Dramatists Play Service.