After _Casablanca _and _Writer’s Cramp_, it’s pizza and a play time again in Behind the Wall. Join us for a pizza, a drink . . . and two short laugh-out-loud comedies.
_The Bear_ and _The Proposal_ have totally different plots but have one thing in common: they feature a hilarious no-holds-barred battle of the sexes.
The two short farces focus on the age-old question of which is the weaker sex … and how volcanic arguments can erupt in trying to answer that tricky question.
In _The Bear_, set in Scotland in the 1890s, a bully of a male attempts to recover money owed to him from a recently widowed but sparky female. Will he get his money? Or will she give as good as she gets?
Meanwhile, _The Proposal_, set somewhere in Russia in the nineteenth century, pits a shy hypochondriac against a woman who feels she is fast running out of suitors. Can her father bring them together despite their quarrelling over the most trivial issues?
Battle commences in Behind the Wall on March 6th for five nights. Who will win? Come and join us to find out. It’ll be a knock-out!
Doors open 7pm for pizza and drinks. The evening starts at 8pm with a short interval after the first play.
“_The Bear_” by Anton Chekhov and adapted by Bernard Lawrence. (This amateur production of “_The Bear_” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd. www.concordtheatricals.co.uk). “_The Proposal_” after Chekhov and a translation by Julius West.
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