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THE ODD COUPLE: Two Versions of the Classic Play in Repertoire!

March 22-April 14

Both Versions by Neil Simon

Oscar & Felix
Directed by Stephen Phillipps

Plays March 23, 24, 29, 30, April 6, 7, 12, 13

America’s comic mastermind, Neil Simon, updated his classic comedy The Odd Couple in 2004, giving the trials and tribulations of Felix Unger and Oscar Madison a more modern approach. Those who love the original version will laugh all over again at the classic characters in an all-new setting. The play opens as a group of the guys assemble for cards in the messy apartment of divorced Oscar Madison. Recently separated Felix Unger arrives, fastidious and suicidal.  After the clean freak and the slob decide to room together with hilarious results, Oscar becomes the one with murder on his mind.

The Odd Couple, Female Version
Directed by Simon Hayward

Plays March 22, 23, 30, 31, April 5, 6, 13, 14

Instead of a poker party, messy Olive Madison has invited the girls over for an evening of Trivial Pursuit, and fastidious Florence Unger comes to share the apartment.  Simon brilliantly translates his original classic, reimagining the familiar and hilarious situations for two women who can’t possibly coexist, but somehow manage to do just that.

Full Performance Schedule

Fri March 22 – evening (8pm) – Female version

Sat 23 – matinee (2pm) – Female version

Sat 23 – evening (8pm) – Male version

Sun 24 – matinee (2pm) – Male version

Fri 29 – evening (8pm) – Male version

Sat 30 – matinee (2pm) – Male version

Sat 30 – evening (8pm) – Female version

Sun 31 – matinee (2pm) – Female version (Easter)

Fri April 5 – evening (8pm) – Female version

Sat 6 – matinee (2pm) – Female version – Talk back

Sat 6 – evening (8pm) – Male version

Sun 7 – matinee (2pm) – Male version – Talk back

Fri 12 – evening (8pm)  – Male version

Sat 13 – matinee (2pm) – Male version

Sat 13 – evening (8pm)  – Female version

Sun 14 – matinee (2pm) – Female version