Trouble abounds at the Weddingtons' country estate and just who is who and what is what is quite the mystery. The Weddingtons' attempt to rule the estate in classic fashion is complicated by Lord Weddington's forgetful nature and Lady Weddington's proclivity for fainting. Jeeves, the Butler, does his best to serve their every need, assisted by the Cockney Maid and George, the underbutler. However, things are never quite as they seem in this farce. The plot twists and turns, keeping your audiences guessing and laughing!
"A rousing little romp" - Middlesex Magazine
"A quick-paced, appealing comedy." - The Observer
- No Special Cautions
- Minimum Fee: $75 per performance
- Time Period: Present Day
- Duration: 90 minutes
The play is set in the parlor of an English manor. The set can be elaborate, or a few set pieces can provide the atmosphere.
- Additional Features: Physical Comedy
- Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
- Musical Style: N/A (Not a musical)
- Vocal Demands: N/A (Not a musical)
- Chorus Size: N/A (Not a musical)
LORD WEDDINGTON - A confused old man.
LADY WEDDINGTON - His wife; equally confused; prone to fainting at inopportune moments.
JEEVES - The consummate British butler.
MAID - A young Cockney maid.
PRIEST - The local parish priest; concerned and eager to help.
GEORGE - The underbutler; curious and given to tossing off meaningless sayings.
- Ensemble cast
- Non-Traditional casting
- Flexible casting
- Parts for Senior Actors
The ages are general. There is a great deal of latitude in casting.
An Impeccable Larceny was originally produced under the title Jeeves (the Butler) at Company & Tempo Theatre & Dance Center in Cromwell, CT, on August 12, 1994 and was directed by David G. Moske.