Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple” is the fifth play in the 75th Anniversary Season at Lakewood Playhouse. “With Friends Like Felix… Who Needs Enemies?” Felix and Oscar are an extremely odd couple. Felix is anal-retentive, neurotic, precise and fastidiously clean. Oscar, on the other hand, is the exact opposite… Sloppy and casual. Can they share an apartment together? Could you?
The Play will be performed on Fridays, Saturdays at 8:00pm and Sundays at 2:00pm. Performances will be April 18th – May 11th, 2014 with Special Showings at 8:00pm on Thursday, April 24th(Pay What You Can Night) and 8:00pm on Thursday, May 1st (Pay What You Can” Actor’s Benefit). Our Ticket Prices are $25.00 (General Admission), $22.00 (Military), $21.00 (Seniors) and $19.00 (Students/Educators).
Presented with views from three sides, in the Lakewood Playhouse’s unique “U-Shaped” seating, this production of “The Odd Couple” will drop you right into the middle of Oscar Madison’s New York apartment. The Odd Couple features the Lakewood Playhouse debut of Director Steve Tarry.
The show consists of a ensemble of Local Comedic Actors that features both new, and returning faces to the Lakewood Playhouse stage from previous productions: Chris Cantrell (Oscar), Joseph Grant (Roy), Gabriel McClelland (Speed), Jed Slaughter (Murray) and Kadi Burt (Cecily Pigeon).
We are proud to introduce the following actors to the Lakewood Playhouse Stage: Jim Rogers (Felix), Martin Goldsmith (Vinnie) and Palmer Scheutzow (Cecily Pigeon).
Parental Advisory: Some crude humor and simulated smoking onstage.
ABOUT OUR THEATRE: The Lakewood Playhouse was founded in 1938 and has established itself with theatre that is both intimate and epic. The theatre is located within the Lakewood Towne Center, 5729 Lakewood Towne Center Blvd., Lakewood, Washington 98499. For further information about “THE ODD COUPLE” please contact the Box Office at the Lakewood Playhouse (253) 588-0042 or make any e-mail queries to John Munn, Managing Artistic Director, atjmunn.lakewoodplayhouse@gmail.
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