ISF's new play is an intelligent, slightly bawdy, slap-stick farce
By Deanna Darr
Set in 1960s France, the production is a Technicolor dance with the distinct feel of a classed-up episode of Laugh-In. The cast seems to have as much fun with the high-energy piece as the audience does, clad in everything from bell bottoms and go-go boots to leisure suits.
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