Lassig's creative energy shines in Harwood Playhouse production
How far will friends go to protect each other? Joe and Chris are supposed to be on a fishing trip, but when Joe's wife shows up unexpectedly at their cabin get-away, their alibis turn into a hilarious sideshow with unexpected complications that keep the audience guessing right up to the final curtain call.
Harwood Prairie Playhouse's 25th anniversary production of 'Who Maid Who,' showcases local playwright David Lassig's unique sense of humor to its fullest. Geared toward mature audiences, the light-hearted farse begins with Joe preparing for a romantic weekend, but things quickly change, as one lie leads to another, and the two friends dig themselves deeper and deeper into trouble with their wives.
Directed by Troy Brewster, who also directed Harwood Prairie Playhouse's productions of 'Tom, Dick, and Harry,' in 2006, and 'Love, Sex and the IRS,' in 2003, this year's production will captivate audiences with the cast's silly antics.
The cast includes Adam Harfield playing Joe; Dori Reich, playing his wife, Robin; David Lassig as Chris; Shanara Lassig as Chris's wife, Beth; Jim Donat, as Joe's womanizing father, George; Pam Strait as George's wife; John Steiner as Roger, the local sheriff; and Amanda Eide as Joe's girlfriend, Marsha.
If you want an evening of fun and laughter, don't miss 'Who Maid Who,' performed at Bonanzaville's Dawson Hall through the month of March. Evening performances are scheduled on March 12-14; March 19-21; and March 26-28 at 7:30 p.m. Matinees will be held on Sunday, March 22, and Saturday, March 28, at 2 p.m.
Tickets are available at the Children's Museum at Yunker Farm, 1201 28th Ave. N., Fargo, or by calling 701-298-6807. A $1 donation is being made to the Children's Museum for each ticket purchased.
For more information, go to www.prairieplayhouse.org.