February 13 – March 22, 2014
Sometimes our lives get complicated. And sometimes we cause those complications ourselves.
London taxi cab driver John Smith did just that. Years ago he married two different women and they raised two different families. Only the two families lived in different parts of London and didn’t know about each other.
John was able to keep his two lives separate until this teenage daughter from one family met his teenage son from the other in an Internet chat room. Now they want to meet each other. And they want to meet each other’s father, since both fathers are named John Smith.
This British farce was written by Ray Cooney. The play is a sequel to Cooney’s “Run for Your Wife”. “Caught in the Net” was nominated for the 2002 Olivier (Britain’s Tony Award) and the 2001 Evening Standard Award (Best New Comedy).
Starting February 12th you can get caught up in the fun at the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre in Lancaster.
- “A masterclass in the art of farce…The perfect plot is a precession built laughter machine.” – What’s On
- “Brilliant…The funniest play of the year.” – Daily Mail
- “Utterly magical…firework display of knockabout comedy.” – Spectator
- “A sheer joy from beginning to end.” – Daily Telegraph
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