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New Stage Theatre continues its 39th season with Don't Dress for Dinner, which opens on Wednesday, October 20 and runs through Sunday, October 31 for a 10-performance run.
Curtain times for the performances are Wednesday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. on the Sunday matinee. Ticket prices are $20.00 with discounts available for students, senior citizens and groups.
Tickets can be purchased at the box office, located inside the Jane Reid Petty Theatre Center , or charge by phone by calling (601) 948-3531.
Don't Dress for Dinner is sponsored by Trustmark National Bank.
About the play… Bernard is planning a weekend with his mistress in his stylish converted farmhouse. He arranges for a cook to prepare gourmet delights and is in the process of packing his wife off to her mother's. He even invites his best friend to provide the alibi. It's foolproof - what could possibly go wrong?
This breakneck farce, with its mistaken identities and slapstick high jinks will keep you laughing all night long. "Mix these ingredients and you have a recipe for an evening of absolute fun," says Artistic Director Patrick Benton.
Don't Dress for Dinner was a smash hit in Paris , under the original title Pyjamas pour Six, where it played for more that two years. Robin Hawdon's adaptation of the French original was premiered in 1991 and played to critical acclaim at London 's Apollo Theatre. "A nifty comedy farce." – Sunday Times London Bringing the comedy to life are veteran actors Bill Ford Campbell in the role of Bernard, Jo Ann Robinson as Jaqueline, Leon Contravesprie as Robert, and Laura Hastings in the role of Suzette.
Making their New Stage debut are Emily Wright and Scott Albert Johnson in the roles of Suzanne and George.