by Dario Fo; translated by Jon Laskin and Michael Aquilante

directed by Katherine Jean Nigh

March 7 to April 7, 2019

A classic—and hilarious—political farce from one of Italy’s most beloved playwrights, the Nobel Prize laureate Dario Fo. This fast-paced comedy is a whirlwind of intertwining events that highlight the plight of ordinary Italian workers during the economic crises of the 1970s. This laugh-out-loud comedy is not only tremendous fun but also remarkably relevant.

It is rare to find a farce original enough to … find jokes in rising prices and quips in unpaid bills and redundancy notices. This Dario Fo does with ease …

  • CAST (featuring)

    Bob Cohen, Nicole Traber, Raven Deerwater, Terilynn Epperson, Steven Worthen, and Dawn Bristow


    Diane Larson (Set), Steve Greenwood (Lights), Dawn Bristow & Carolyn Schneider (Costumes), Susan Juhl (Sound)

  • CREW

    Patricia Price (Stage Manager), Sidney Droz (Director’s Assistant), Matt Biggs (Master Carpenter)