Ensemble Theater Company opens their 2017-18 season with a brand new film-to-stage adaptation of Woody Allen's Husbands and Wives. Allen's film--and now, Ensemble's adaptation--examines the slings and arrows of long-term pairing through the relationships of two middle-aged couples in crisis. Facing matrimonial stagnation, Jack (Douglas Dickerman) and Sally (Alicia Sedwick), and Gabe (Gabriel Marin) and Judy (Lesley Fera) consider the pros and cons of staying the course or jumping ship.
One Man, Two Guvnors is a comedy with the legacy of the theatrical tradition behind it, from Carlo Goldoni’s Servant of Two Masters (Il servitore di due padroni, 1746) in the Italian commedia dell’arte style to Richard Bean’s 2012 Tony Award–winning adaptation. Produced by the SBCC Theatre Group, and featuring a cast full of Santa Barbara’s comedic performance talent, One Man, Two Guvnors brings music, farce, and a porous fourth wall to the Garvin Theater stage, October 13-28.
Ensemble Theater Company's season opener is a brand new adaptation of Woody Allen's Husbands and Wives, rendered for the stage by ETC's artistic Director, Jonathan Fox. Husbands and Wives shows the trajectories of two long-term marriages. Jack and Sally are getting a divorce, which is shocking news to their friends, married couple Gabe and Judy. Jack's new girlfriend is a younger woman, an aerobics instructor, and Sally goes out with one of Judy's coworkers.
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