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Saturday, June 23, 2018

Outdoor fun 'THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS' at Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

(left to right): Jay Leibowitz as Pantalone de Bisognosi, James Michael Reilly as Truffaldino, and Aurea Tomeski as Smeraldina. Photo credit: Jerry Dalia.
The Servant of Two Masters

Directed by Bonnie J. Monte
Translated and adapted from the play by Carlo Goldoni
Directed by Doug West

Performances Begin June 20 

"Two masters equals two salaries!
Two salaries equals double dinners!"

Last seen eight years ago at the Outdoor Stage, we'll present a fresh new production of this 272-year-old slapstick comedy. This wild Italian romp will pull you in as Truffaldino makes the audience privy to and complicit in his increasingly complicated attempts to serve two masters at one time. Doug West, fresh from his success with It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, will direct the exuberant craziness. Don't forget to pack your picnic for al fresco dining as we transport you to 18th century Venice! 

Young people 18 and under attend for FREE! 


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