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Servant of Two Masters
a Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY


COMPANY : Henry Players [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Henry County Performing Arts Center [WEBSITE]
ID# 1183

SHOWING : June 23, 2005 - June 26, 2005

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

The Servant of Two Masters is a colorful, lightening paced world of street theatre and strolling players. Underpaid and hungry, a wily, Italian servant thinks he has hit a windfall in this classic 18th century commedia. Truffaldino is an out of work servant who in one fantastic day ends up with two jobs. Two jobs mean twice the pay and twice the food, but also twice the work. His two masters meanwhile are just as busy. Separated lovers on the run, they end up in the same inn, each unaware that the other is there. Not surprising, as one is masquerading as her brother recently killed in a duel. Hoop-la and hilarity take hold in this comedy of love gone wrong and mistaken identity in romantic Venice.


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