By Marge Hidalgo
“Moon Over Buffalo,” the new production at the Country Dinner Playhouse, will run until October 22. The hilarious new comedy by Ken Ludwig offers nonstop laughs.
It takes place in the 1950s and is about an acting family performing two plays alternately in Buffalo, N.Y.—”Cyrano de Bergerac” and “Private Lives” by Noel Coward. The father and mother have been performing on the road for many years, and their career is on the decline. Now the father, George, has an opportunity to replace Ronald Coleman in a movie directed by Frank Capra. Capra is flying to Buffalo to view George’s performance.
Clever dialog, mistaken identities and eccentric characters will keep you laughing from beginning to end of this fast-moving comedy.
Call 303-799-1410 or 800-630-1026 for tickets. Visit [http://www.countrydinnerplayhouse.com] for future productions.