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Lend Me a Tenor

Lend Me a TenorLend Me a Tenor is a comedy by Ken Ludwig. The play was produced on both the West End (1986) and Broadway(1989). It received nine Tony Award nominations and won for Best Actor (Philip Bosco) and Best Director (Jerry Zaks). A Broadway revival opened in 2010. Lend Me a Tenor has been translated into sixteen languages and produced in twenty-five countries.

The title is a pun on "Lend me a tenner" (i.e., a ten-dollar bill).

Winner of 3 Tony Awards and 4
Drama Desk Awards LEND ME A TENOR combines a
chain-reaction of mistaken identity, plot twists, double entendres and the constant slamming of many doors to create one of the funniest farces to grace the American stage in the last 30 years. A sensation on Broadway and in London's West End, LEND ME A TENOR pays homage to the madcap screwball comedies of the 1930's, guaranteed to leave audiences howling hysterically with laughter and walking out the door with a warm smile.


Presenter / Producer: Theatre Palisades

Listed Categories
Theater > Theatrical Comedy


Event Phone: 310-454-1970

Venue
Theatre Palisades
941 Temescal Canyon Raod
Pacific Palisades CA 90272

Regions:
LA - Hollywood / Westside


Performance Dates: 5/31/2019 - 7/7/2019
Friday, 05/31/2019
Saturday, 06/01/2019
Sunday, 06/02/2019
Friday, 06/07/2019
Saturday, 06/08/2019
Sunday, 06/09/2019
Friday, 06/14/2019
Saturday, 06/15/2019
Sunday, 06/16/2019
Friday, 06/21/2019
Saturday, 06/22/2019
Sunday, 06/23/2019
Friday, 06/28/2019
Saturday, 06/29/2019
Sunday, 06/30/2019
Friday, 07/05/2019
Saturday, 07/06/2019
Sunday, 07/07/2019

Performance Times
Friday and Saturday 8:00 P.M.
Sunday Matinee 2:00 PM

Ticket Information:
Adults $22.00
Seniors and Students $20.00

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