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PRIVATE LIVES
(Comedy)

“A stylish and fun-filled laugh-a-minute gem."
- TOLUCAN TIMES

“Director Jules Aaron has assembled a gifted cast that keeps the tone light and the dialogue properly aerated…"
- LA TIMES

"Jules Aaron has assembled a superior ensemble that mesh together like clockwork…" - BROADWAY WORLD

Runs
Sat, Feb 18 – Sun, Mar 25
Thurs, Fri, Sat 8 pm
Sun 2 pm
Understudy Performances: March 8 & 9.

Show Calendar

BUY TICKETS
$34.50 Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun
$29.50 Seniors & Students - Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun

Special Events
Gala Opening Feb 18 - VIP and Invite Only

Special Show Info
Running time: 120 minutes.
There will be an intermission.
Performance includes healthy doses of humor that could induce uncontrollable laughter.

Website

GTC Burbank
Grove Theatre Center - Burbank
1111-B West Olive Ave
Burbank, CA  91506
Ample Street Parking
Area Map

Special Theatre Info
LOCATED IN THE CENTER OF George Izay Park - across from the baseball field. Parking located off 1100 W Clark Ave - Wheelchair accessible

The theatre has concessions.

Reservations
(323) 960-7738

If you loved the Academy Award-winning movie "The Artist," you'll love Noel Coward’s classic comedy PRIVATE LIVES, which follows the saga of perpetually dueling lovers Amanda and Elyot, two divorcees who unwittingly book adjoining rooms while honeymooning with their new spouses. They soon realize the folly of their new marriages and impulsively flee together to Paris, only to be caught days later by their jilted spouses. This stylish, savvy and still-timely comedy is loaded with pointed barbs about modern romance and the people we can't live with—or without.

Starring as the dueling lovers Amanda and Elyot are Stasha Surdyke and Lenny Von Dohlen. Co-starring as their new spouses, Sybil and Victor, are Annie Abrams and Jeff Witzke. Louise, the maid, is played by Angie Light.

PRIVATE LIVES is directed by Jules Aaron.

NOTE: On March 8 & 9, dueling lovers Amanda and Elyot will be played by Kellie Matteson and Jonathan Lamer. Co-starring as their new spouses, Sibyl and Victor, are Brittany Slattery and John Mullen. Louise, the maid, is played by Adrian Lee.

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