by Ferenc Molnar, adapted by P.G. Wodehouse

Turai & Mansky, famous collaborative playwrights, along with Adam, the composer of their new operetta, are guests at a castle on the Italian Riviera where they plan to surprise Ilona, their diva and Adam’s fiancee. Through the paper-thin wall of an adjoining room, they overhear Ilona in a romantic encounter with Almady, an actor and Ilona’s former lover.  Adam is crushed and swears he will never write another note of music. In order to save his operetta, Turai must find a way to convince Adam that it was all a silly mistake, and that Adam did not really hear what he really heard through the wall. Turai whips up a plan to save the day that is very contrived, very desperate, and so very funny.


Director: Enid Rosenblum
Assistant Director:  Perry Burnell
Producer: Beth Carrier
Stage Manager: Dorcas Jones
Set Design: Rick Loya, Lauren Smith
Scenic Design/Set Painting: Lauren Smith
Set Construction:  John Dunn, Rick Loya, Kip Ross
Costumer:  Carol Olsen
Properties:  Daphne Allen, Jan Bailey
Lighting:  Lamoille Union High School Theater Tech Class

A Broadway smash 90 years ago, P.G.Wodehouse’s adaptation of writer Ferenc Molnar’s play remains a hilarious comedy that is witty, cleverly constructed, and stylish. The characters are extreme, larger than life, and full of affectations and false mannerisms. It is high comedy at its best!


Sandor Turai  - Vince Rossano
Mansky - Gene Heinrich
Albert Adam - Dakotah Senesac
Ilona Szabo - Sydney Bard
Almady - Chris Demars
Johann Dwornitschek - John Dunn
Mell - Karin Shearer