By Cyrus Wood

Based on the original farce by Avery Hopwood and Charlton Andrews


Performance Dates: February 13-16, 2020


Director: Donna McFadden


The story is that of a young college girl who is in love with a shy professor. Her brother in law, a friend of the professor, brings them together at his apartment one weekend. The professor is more than shy; he's terrified of women. This particular night the women go to the turkish bath while the men take the professor to a nearby Pagan Revel party and to break down his phobia. The party is raided and the men end up in the ladies' turkish bath after donning disguises to shake the police. This is out of the frying pan into the fire. Their disguises finally slip but they lead the policewomen a merry chase by pulling the fire alarm and creating havoc. The morning after is not so lively, but it does have its ending of romance and learning.       (

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