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Neil Simons The Dinner Party coming in February

Mystery and mayhem with a comic twist - Neil Simon’s comedic play The Dinner Party is the Georgetown Little Theatre’s February production, appearing at the Acton Town Hall.    submitted photo

Neil Simons The Dinner Party coming in February

ACTON - The Georgetown Little Theatre presents Neil Simon’s The Dinner Party this February in Acton.

As the doors lock on the private French dining room, the group of strangers, guests to an absent host, begin to panic. Are they at the mercy of some sinister force to be played like pawns? 

If The Dinner Party wasn’t written by Neil Simon, we might expect murder and mayhem to follow.

It may yet, for this comedy with a twist, reported to be the result of Simon’s personal reflection on his four failed marriages, one of which was to the same woman twice.

This performance is directed by Alex Kanarek and promises to be an evening of great entertainment in the true Neil Simon style of one liners and quick comebacks.

The Dinner Party runs for three weekends at the Acton Town Hall Centre at 19 Willow Street North. Evening performances  run from Feb. 3 to 4; Feb. 9 to 11 and Feb. 16 to 18 at 8pm. Sunday matinees are on Feb. 5 and 12 at 2pm.

General admission tickets can be purchased by phone from the John Elliott Theatre Box Office 905-877-3700 or online at Tickets are also available at Acton Home Hardware.

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January 20, 2012


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