The word was out - Run For Your Wife set a new benchmark in terms of gob-smacking wretchedness. It was Sex Lives of the Potato Men all over again, the benighted British film industry apparently having failed to learn the valuable lessons of the vile Viz spin-off Fat Slags or the barrel-scraping Bottom spin-off Guest House Paradiso. You get the idea. Neither of whom are noted exponents of theatrical farce, of course, which begs the question - what are they doing here?
He lives happily with his wife, Mary, in Wimbledon. He also lives happily with his wife, Barbara, four and a half minutes away! When he steps in to stop a mugging, he is hit in the head and taken to hospital. Lancaster Regional Players have picked a play that, in my opinion, is dated in some of its humor, but manage to do a decent job in putting it on.
David Hall, the director, does his best with a flawed piece of theater, and does a serviceable job with the difficult style that is farce.
Leading this production as John Smith, Scot Kaitanowski shines. As a veteran of numerous productions here in Buffalo, Kaitanowski has a natural knack for comedy. He handles the fast-paced dialogue with ease, and his organic reactions add the extra flair necessary to make the script work.
Both ladies are extremely apt in their roles, rolling with the craziness that ensues from the situation unravelling.
In the roles of the police sergeants, Victor Morales and Jackson DiGiacomo are excellent straight men to the farce happening around them. Chuck Basil rounds out the cast as the upstairs neighbor, a 70s stereotype of a homosexual man. Basil conveys the stereotype well, but is unable to bring any kind of humanity to his, by standards, offensive stereotype.
That being said, the comedy triumphs, and the audience thoroughly enjoyed the farcical hilarity of the evening. Approximately 2 hours with one 15 minute intermission. For more information, click here.A play-it-safe guy must search for his wife’s missing cat, bringing him face-to-face with the colorful, wacky, and sometimes, the more dangerous element of his neighborhood, forcing him to confront.
The word was out - Run For Your Wife set a new benchmark in terms of gob-smacking wretchedness. It was Sex Lives of the Potato Men all over again, the benighted British film industry apparently having failed to learn the valuable lessons of the vile Viz spin-off Fat Slags () or the barrel-scraping Bottom spin-off Guest House Paradiso.
Run For Your Wife: An Update Well the cat clearly has just shat out the worst sitcom of all time as I predicted earlier this month, with box office takings for Run For Your Wife recording just £ nationwide!
Run For Your Wife: A joyous roller-coaster ride for the Karachi audience KARACHI: English playwright Ray Cooney’s longest running play in London is now being staged at the Arts Council Karachi by Lush, an Islamabad-based troupe. COMPLETE. Two years after defeating Voldemort, Harry falls into an alternate dimension with his godfather.
Together, they embark on a new life filled with drunken debauchery, thievery, and generally antagonizing all their old family, friends, and enemies.
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|Appreciation Letters | Goudas Foods 1||He lives with Stephanie in Finsbury and Michelle in Stockwell. The action of the movie takes place during the next hectic 24 hours as John, with the assistance of his gullible neighbor Gary, rush between North and South London attempting to thwart the police and prevent the two loving wives coming face to face!|
|Clear cache & cookies - Computer - Google Account Help||Plot[ edit ] The story concerns bigamist John Smith, a London cab driver with two wives, two lives and a very precisely planned schedule for juggling them both, with one wife at a home in Streatham and another nearby at a home in Wimbledon.|
|Run For Your Wife | Best For Film||Sorry, this show is already over but head here for other fun events! This British farce, written by Ray Cooney, has been adapted in Hinglish Hindi with a touch of English, Punjabi, Haryanavi and Bengali for the Indian audience and has done over 50 successful shows.|
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