November 6, 2012

River city Players present Neil Simon's THE ODD COUPLE (FEMALE VERSION)


The River City Players fall production of "THE ODD COUPLE" (female version) will be held on the weekends of November 2 & 3 and November 9 & 10, 2012.
The cast includes: Evelyn Trigg as Florence Unger; Sharon Propst as Olive Madison; Sheila Lee as Sylvia; Jan Henrikson as Renee; Jackie Flanigan as Vera; Vicki Holland as Mickey; Charles Pinzon as Manolo Costazuela and Phillip Taylor as Jesus Costazuela.
Tickets are on sale and may be purchased on line @ www.rcplayers or at the following Lexington locations: Bank Midwest, B & L Bank or any cast member. Tickets are $18/person (11-adult) and $12/child (0-10 years) for dinner theatre and $8/adult and $4/children for show only. Dinner Theatre reservations must be made in advance (by the Wednesday prior to performance weekend). Dinner Theatre seating is limited so make your reservations early! Dinner theatre will be held all nights of the production, November 2 & 3 and November 9 & 10, 2012, beginning at 6:30 p.m. with curtain time for the show at 7:45 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. Dinner is catered by the United Methodist Church Members.
The production will be held at Lexington United Methodist Church's Family Life Center located at 1211 S. 13 Lexington, Missouri 64067 (just south of Hwy 24 on Business Highway 13.)
The play is directed by Sharon Propst. The play is a comedy written by Neil Simon. Performed with permission from and royalties paid to Samuel French, Inc. For more information, please call Tom Corporon (660) 259-2819 or visit the RCP website:


Remember Oscar and Felix from The Odd Couple? Well, now meet Florence and Olive, their female counterparts. Neil Simon wrote this new, feminine take on his classic comedy of mismatched roommates. The female version of The Odd Couple explores the emotions and motivations more deeply than the original, and the resulting moments of candid humor are both hilarious and thought-provoking.
The play maintains the essence of the original "Odd Couple." The severely slovenly Olive Madison, a divorced television station executive, invites the obsessive-compulsive neatnik Florence Unger into her home when Flo is deserted by her spouse. we follow Olive and Florence through relationship debacles, Trivial Pursuit, and a hilarious date with the Costazuela brothers.

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