Playmakers, Inc. Community Theater presents the French comedy In One Bed and Out the Other, onstage weekends from April 17-May 2, 2021.
Performances are 7pm Saturdays, 2pm Sundays. No Friday performances. Please note the new earlier start time; plan accordingly.
All seats are $20. Purchase online at www.playmakersinc.com.
Gaston Dubois and his beautiful wife Hugette are bored with the monotony of married bliss. Fidelity is strained when the quietude of their Paris apartment becomes the playground for would-be and ex lovers. The mad capers reach an amazing peak of hilarity when everyone lands in bed with the wrong person -- or persons, including an uptight maiden aunt.
In addition to Gaston and Hugette, the cast includes Maurice, their butler, a count in disguise; Didier, a rake who has eyes for Hugette; Clara, Gaston's would-be mistress; Rosine, an innocent young girl from the country; and Aunt Alice, the maiden aunt determined to protect Rosine's virtue.
Directed by Arden Allen Dufilho. The cast is to be announced.
IMPORTANT: To keep patrons, volunteers and cast members safe, the following procedures during are in place during productions:
- Seating is limited.
- There will be no-contact temperature checks at the door.
- Masks are required.
- All volunteers will wear masks.
- No reserved seating. Patrons will be escorted to their seats with social distancing practices in mind.
- The theater is cleaned and sanitized after each performance.
- Hand sanitizer will be accessible.
The theater is located approximately 4 miles north of Covington in the San Souci Forest, at 19106 Playmakers Rd., off Hwy. 437/ N. Lee Rd. If traveling north, turn left at Playmakers Road and follow the road until it ends, at the theater. You will be directed where to park.
Playmakers, Inc. is a 501(C)3 organization founded in 1955. It is supported by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council, and as administered by St. Tammany Parish. Funding has also been provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, Art Works.