"Nothing warms you up in this cold weather then a good old fashion comedy - this show has case of mistaken identity, chase scene and some good hardy laughs," noted Director Robert Horn
about North Fork Community Theatre's upcoming production.
Phil Eberhardt as George Hay as Cyrano de Bergerac. (Courtesy Photo)
The Mattituck based theatre group is opening up their 2015 season with Ken Ludwig's "Moon Over Buffalo." The comedy centers George and Charlotte Hay, two fading stars of the 1950's. While acting in a play in Buffalo, New York, the couple receives news that could change the path of their relationship. The duo find out they might just have one final shot at making it big, as director, producer, and writer Frank Capra
is coming to town, and if he's riveted by their performances, he might just cast them in his movie remake of "The Scarlet Pimpernel." Unfortunately for George and Charlotte, it's a case of Murphy's Law. Anything that can go wrong, does go wrong resulting in comedic gold.
"One of Ken Ludwig's best comedies in the traditions of 'Lend Me A Tenor,'" said Horn about the play.
"Moon Over Buffalo" debuts on Friday, January 16th and can be seen through Sunday, February 1st.
North Fork Community Theatre is located at 12700 Sound Avenue in Mattituck. For more information, call 631-298-6328 or visit nfct.com.
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