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Mixed Doubles (Feydeau, tr. Shapiro) - Short Play, Comedy

Mixed Doubles (Feydeau, tr. Shapiro)

Norman R. Shapiro, Georges Feydeau

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Short Play, Comedy

ISBN: 9781557834638

Mixed Doubles
by Georges Feydeau
Translated by Norman R. Shapiro 
Couples collide in this comedic one-act when two would-be seducers decide to share a dining room. But are their companions really who they seem?

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Description

Short Play

Comedy

Farce, Romantic Comedy

Settings Of Play - The dining room of Chez Dominique. 

FEATURES / CONTAINS

Interior Set

TAGS

Love, Marriage

TARGET AUDIENCE

Appropriate for all audiences

PERFORMANCE GROUP

High School/Secondary, College Theatre / Student, Community Theatre, Professional Theatre, Large Stage, Blackbox / Second Stage /Fringe Groups

Couples collide in this comedic one-act when two would-be seducers decide to share a dining room. But are their companions really who they seem? From the mind of Georges Feydeau, an undisputed master of farce and author of the madcap A Flea In Her Ear, springs a portrait of a double date gone hilariously awry. Pompe-Nicole and Bordeleau arrive at Chez Dominique, where they encounter an overly-friendly maitre d’ and his winsome wife. But madness ensues when their dates turn out not to be the ladies they appear... Everyone is a target and no one escapes unscathed from Feydeau’s hilariously biting critique of class and seduction.
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N/A (Not a musical)

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N/A (Not a musical)

Author(s)

Georges Feydeau

Georges Feydeau (1862 - 1921) was born in France to a well-known Parisian writer. He was influenced from a young age by prominent farcical authors such as Eugène Labiche and Henri Meilhac. His first significant international success, The Lady from Maxim's (La Dame de chez Maxim, 1899) and the monumental A Flea in Her Ear (La Puce à l’oreille, 1907) have been translated, adapted and produced ... view full profile

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