A Comedy of Tenors plays at the Oldcastle Theatre until September 3. As soon as you see the amazing set and all the doors, it becomes clear that this is a farce. The actors confirm that with their skilled comedic timing. This is a laugh delight. The production is a wonderful example of how theatre can engage an audience in the fun. The characters don’t think they are funny, but we do.
Bob and I interviewed Christine Decker, the director and Max Arnaud, an actor in the play. Since this is a play about tenors, we asked about their remarkable singing voices. Listening to an actor and a director talk about the process of achieving what seems so natural on stage is always enlightening. After you listen to Chris and Max, order your tickets. There are only six performances left and you don’t want to miss this delightful show.