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Tony Award Winner
One Man, Two Guvnors

October 2 - November 1, 2015

  • By Richard Bean

  • Based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni

  • Songs by Grant Olding

  • Directed by Gregory Boyd

  • Contains adult language and sexual situations

  • Hubbard Theatre

Overview

Winner of the Critics Circle Award and multiple Tony and Drama Desk Awards, this glorious comedy is a unique laugh-out-loud mix of satire, songs, and stupendous physical comedy. In the heart of 1960’s England, charming and doltish Francis, fired from his pop band, unexpectedly finds himself with two new jobs and two new bosses, who are connected to each other in wildly improbable ways. Mistaken identities, outrageous farce, love triangles and inspired lunacy are the result. Called “The funniest show in the western world,” by the Daily Mail, and described by the Daily Telegraph as “Comic perfection.”

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Creative Team

Richard Bean

Playwright

Gregory Boyd

Director

Hugh Landwehr

Scenic Designer

David C. Woolard

Costume Designer

David Lander

Lighting Designer

Lindsay Jones

Sound Designer

Cristopher Bayes

Physical Comedy Direction

Gregg Coffin

Musical Director

Pamela Prather

Dialect, Voice and Text Coach

Peter Pucci

Choreographer

Brandon Weinbrenner

Assistant Director

The Cast

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Jeffrey Bean

as Francis Henshall

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James Black

as Charlie "The Duck" Clench

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Melissa Pritchett

as Pauline Clench

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Paul Hope

as Harry Dangle

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Jay Sullivan

as Alan Dangle

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David Rainey

as Lloyd Boateng

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Emily Trask

as Rachel Crabbe

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Todd Waite

as Stanley Stubbers

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John Feltch

as Gareth

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Aaron Echegaray

as The Craze

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Mike Whitebread

as The Craze

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Chris Goodwin

as The Craze

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Ryan Chavez

as The Craze

"The funniest show in the western world"

Daily Mail