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Hysterical
As always Ken Ludwig knocks it our of the park with this farcical hit.

by Chris Armbrister on 7/7/2016 8:34 PM

An Absolute Classic
LEND ME A TENOR is Ken Ludwig's masterpiece.

Community theatres will likely be performing this show for many more years to come.

by Jim Mallmann on 4/22/2016 11:05 AM

Fun and Fast-Paced Farce!

by Frank Boston on 4/6/2016 7:58 AM

Wyoming Valley West high school

by Edward Burdulis on 9/4/2014 11:18 PM

by Alzana Nuzzolillo on 8/4/2014 3:14 PM

Ken Ludwig Stands "Official Culture" On Its Head
In "Lend Me A Tenor," Ken Ludwig teases yet another cultural icon--in this case, Opera.  The harried impresario, the haughty socialite Board Chair, the Italian superstar opera singer, his shrewish wife, the young lovers--all get the farcical treatment in this non-stop, door-slamming comedy. Set in an art deco, 1930s Cleveland hotel room, "Tenor" has a number of classic comic elements--mistaken identity, unrequited love, the mighty upended, the aspiring, common man as hero. A total comic hit!

by steve suskin on 4/9/2014 9:54 AM

Simply a marvel!
I'm very much looking forward to my local community theatre company mounting a production of this most excellent farce!

by Ken Spencer on 3/11/2014 8:13 PM

Lend Me A Tenor

by Jon Putzke on 2/1/2014 2:14 PM

Lend Me a Tenor was a blast!
This show is fantastic! Both the actors and the audience had a great time with this high energy farce. I highly recommend it for high school educators. Some challenges include building 5-6 slam ready doors, pronouncing correct Italian in both dialogue and singing. Despite these challenges, we were able to pull off a fabulous production and enjoyed every step of the process--even with a 5 week production run!

by Brian Gehrlein on 1/25/2014 1:01 PM

Lend Me a Tenor

by Rebecca Fink on 1/23/2014 12:36 PM

Lend Me a Tenor
Outstanding.  Hilarious.  The student actors found the script enjoyable and fun to perform.  Some language and situational humor has to be altered slightly for HS audiences.

by Lou Price on 9/24/2013 7:14 AM