The Odd Couple (female version) Opens This Weekend

Treat yourself to an evening of guaranteed laughs this weekend at The Hartland Music Hall!

THE ODD COUPLE- Female Version by Neil Simon

Felix and Oscar become Florence and Olive, the slob and the fuss-budget who decide to room together - with hilarious results. Olive Madison, a divorcee who freely admits to being a slob, is being played by Kathy Booker, "I leave a mess when I read a book." Fussy and prissy neat freak Florence Unger, being played by Stephani Bell, is near suicidal because she’s just broken up with her husband.

The reinvention of Neil Simon’s famous play opens in Olive’s apartment with a group of caring friends playing their weekly game of Trivial Pursuit – Mickey, by Jenifer Thomas; Renee, by Cary Kalowick; Sylvie, by Jennie Ross; and Vera, by Jill Mac, worrying and waiting for Florence. Meanwhile Olive had set up a date that backfires with the Costazuela brothers from upstairs – Manolo, by Bill Brezina and Jesus, by Brian Pearce.

Performances will be at the Hartland Music Hall, downtown Hartland, on February 22-23, and March 2 at 8:00 pm and Sunday matinee March 3, at 2:00 pm.

Reserved Seating so please call early. Tickets - $10 Adults, $8 Seniors/Students - available through Cromaine Library – downtown Hartland or through the Hartland Players Box Office in advance at (810) 632-5849.

Tickets may be available at the door if available – doors open half hour before each performance.

The show is directed by Janet Winn, Co-Producers Jennie Ross and Carol Warren. For information email us at www.hartlandplayers.org or call the Box Office (810) 632-5849. For information, Carol at (586) 481-5035.

Remember… Best Friends don’t always make the best roommates!

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