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The Ladies Man - Full Length Play

The Ladies Man

Georges Feydeau, Charles Morey

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4m, 4f

ISBN: 9780822223894

In Belle Époque Paris, the recently married Dr. Hercule Molineaux tell…

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"…a most effective vehicle…an explosion of inspired craziness…I can't recall the last time I laughed so hard…" —Wall Street Journal. "This shaggy poodle story…is Feydeau at his silliest…in which a maze lurks behind every door and cases of mistaken identity multiply like May-flies." —NY Times. "…delirious absurd madness…giving us the opportunity to laugh in abandon for two full hours…simply brilliant, a comic confection…Ohh la, la, I loved every minute of it." —Democrat and Chronicle. "…a comic minefield…the marriage of a bourgeois doctor and his much younger wife endures a series of disasters, nudged at the start like a row of dominoes whose fall picks up speed through two hilarious acts…" —Indianapolis Star. "A wickedly funny French farce…one of the funniest plays I have seen in years…this is as close to ROTFL (rolling on the floor laughing) as you will probably ever experience." —Berkshire Fine Arts. "This is one comedy you won't want to miss…be prepared to laugh so hard your sides will hurt." —North Adams Transcript. "…boils over with the classic earmarks of period farce…hilarious…a bona fide regional theatre blockbuster." —Salt Lake Tribune.


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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

Charles Morey

Charles Morey

Charles Morey is the author of Figaro, adapted from Beaurmarchais' Le Mariage de Figaro, commissioned and produced Off-Broadway by the Pearl Theatre Company where it was named a New York Times "Critic's Pick." He has written stage adaptations of the classic novels The Three Musketeers, Dracula, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, A Tale of Two Cities, and The Count of Monte Cristo as well as The Ladies ... view full profile

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