Full Length Play
Settings Of Play - The Honeymoon Suite, in NYC's finest.
FEATURES / CONTAINS
Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
Alcohol, Mild Adult Themes
College Theatre / Student, Community Theatre, Dinner Theatre, Professional Theatre, Senior Theatre
A young couple from Pennsylvania checks into a posh New York hotel to
fill their weekend with bliss, only to have it filled with strangers.
Timothy and his wife have inadvertently booked the same honeymoon suite
as Frankie and Wanda, an older couple from New Jersey. After they
scuffle over the accommodations, no one is where or with whom they
should be. Filled with sight gags and one liners, this play broke the
house records at New Jersey's Dam Site Dinner Theater. During the course
of the evening, Timothy grows into a man, Elizabeth learns about trust,
Frankie learns to respect women and Wanda learns to respect herself.
"Even the offstage lines bring guffaws! I'll bet a lot of the audience will be back a second time!"- Asbury Park Press
“Enough one-liners to keep an orchestra of rim shot artists busy!” - The Daily Register
“Fun!” - Irvine World News
“Suitehearts finds love and abundant laughter!” - Worcester Telegram and Gazette
Suitehearts opened at the Dam Site Dinner-Theater, Tinton Falls, NJ on June 13, 1980. It was produced by Kathy Reed and directed by Billy Van Zandt