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13 - 19 March 2016

Written by Ken Ludwig directed by Luke Murray

On a visit to the Cleveland Grand Opera, the great tenor Tito Morelli seems to have died. The venue's assistant manager Max puts on Morelli's Otello costume to fool the audience. Unfortunately Morelli comes to and gets into his other costume ready to perform. Now two Otellos are running around in costume and two women are running around in lingerie, each thinking she is with Morelli. This madcap, screwball comedy left Broadway and West End audiences teary-eyed with laughter.

 

Cast

Max Harry Harding
Maggie Ally Goldberg
Saunders Graham Sawtell
Tito Mirelli Spencer Clayton
Maria Mirelli Lee Panayiotou
Diana Alex Charalambous
Julia Lesley Kennedy
Bellhop Adam Griffin

 

Production Team

Director Luke Murray
Assistant Director Bob Bradick
Production Assistant Jill Lomas
Stage Manager Helen Jones
Set Design David Longstaff
Set Construction John Savage, Moira Wallace, David Longstaff and Chris Mason
Lighting Design Chris Mason
Lighting Operation Omer Warman
Costumes Carol Belsten and Carol McKee

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