Much like baking the perfect soufflé,
romantic relationships require time, patience and just the right amount of
heat. Enjoy a theatrical take on the
intricacies of human relationships with an entertaining double-bill of
comedy: Pay R59 for a ticket to see Overruled and How he lied to her husband at the Old Mutual Theatre on the Square.
From the theatrical talents of acclaimed director, Ingrid Wylde, comes two comedic tales of love, relationships, morality, marriage and guilt. Taking a fresh and local look at legendary playwright George Bernard Shaw’s two classic comedies, Overruled and How he lied to her husband take the audience on a wickedly funny journey into the love life of different individuals; examining the deeper issues of human relationships. With a fascination for reworking classic texts so that they speak to a new South African audience, Ingrid Wylde presents audiences with two light comedies that prove just as relevant today as they did 100 years ago.
Boasting a fabulous cast of Theo Landy,
Dianne Simpson, Brownyn Leigh Gottwald and Daniel Janks, this comedic
double-bill is a treat for theatre thugs and newbies alike. With everything about Overruled and How he lied to
her husband seeped in George Bernard Shaw’s acerbic wit and cutting
commentary; remove that rump from the couch and enjoy some quality
entertainment with these two elegant, refined and charming plays.