Ken Ludwig’s The Gods of Comedy
Directed by Amanda Dehnert
March 12–31, 2019
Venue Matthews Theatre
Run Time 100 minutes plus a 15 minute intermission
Opening Night March 16, 2019
WITTY (and) REFRESHING.
The JOKES FLOW FAST and FURIOUS.
Broadway Street Review
A CHARMING and CLEVER COMEDY.
Couldn’t we all use a laugh?
A young woman calls on the gods of Ancient Greece to save her love life—but it’s not the gods of love who show up to help…
McCarter favorite Ken Ludwig (Baskerville, Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express) is back with a hilariously divine new play filled with madcap mayhem, a touch of romance, and lots of laughs.
RAPTUROUS LAUGHTER…bright production and terrific performances.
As of March 1, the shuttle between the train station and McCarter is no longer running.
The Dinky train service from Princeton Junction to Princeton is suspended until Spring 2019. NJ Transit is providing substitute bus service. Buses will depart Princeton station 15 minutes prior to the scheduled train departure time. View updated bus schedule.
CAST & CREATIVE
Wig and Makeup Design
Production Stage Manager
Director of Production
Artistic Director/Resident Playwright
Associate Producing Organization
VIDEO & PHOTOS
Production Trailer Video
Behind The Scenes Video
Teaser with Jessie Cannizzaro
Teaser with Brad Oscar
Additional Events & Info
*Member of Actor’s Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
Pay What You Can performances are only valid in-person at the Ticket Office window on the date assigned and are subject to availability.
In association with The Old Globe
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