Once upon a time, in the village of Kulyenchikov, there arrived a young man named Leon. Leon was a schoolteacher, hired to tutor the daughter of the local Doctor. Little did he know that, upon this town, there was a curse – a curse that caused every man, woman, and child to be born….. with as much common sense as God gave a sandwich.
I’m directing this play, and it’s hilarious. It’s my first paid college directing job, and you should all come see it because seriously it’s the funniest damn thing you’ll have ever seen. The dates are above, on the poster, as you can see, and the show is a mere $5. Five dollars! For an evening’s entertaniment! NOTHING costs that little anymore! You would be… wait for it… a Fool not to come! (har har).
Presented by Bentley College’s APO at Koumantzelis Auditorium on the Bentley campus in bucolic Waltham, MA. If you want to come, you know how to contact me for directions.
I should also mention Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare, presented by Theatre @ First at the First Congregational Church of Somerville, featuring several people I know, including my foxy and talented girlfriend Alyssa. It opens Friday, April 4 and runs two weekends – all info can be found by clicking the link above.