“Don’t Dress for Dinner,” the “Perfect Farce!”

In a review of Don’t Dress for Dinner, Maryland Theater Guide critic Fosse Thornton answers the question, “What does it take to create the perfect farce?”  The answer is…

“What does it take to create the perfect farce?  For starters, a top-notch cast. Secondly, a dynamic set. Above all, the show must be fast-paced. The frenetic energy necessary to keep a farce alive is hard to create and even harder to maintain. Providence Players of Fairfax has hit the mark on all accounts and has gone above and beyond with ‘Don’t Dress for Dinner’ by Marc Camoletti and adapted by Robin Hawdon. The production is nearly flawless.”  ~Fosse Thornton, Maryland Theater Guide.

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