A Flea in Her Ear

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A Flea in Her Ear - MTC 1994

by Georges Feydeau - Translated by John Mortimer

A Flea in Her Ear  is a play by Georges Feydeau written in 1907, at the height of the Belle Époque. The author called it a vaudeville, but in Anglophone countries, where it is the most popular of Feydeau's plays, it is usually described as a farce.

The plot hinges on the central character's having a double: a middle class businessman is indistinguishable from the hall porter of a shady hotel, and the two are persistently mistaken for each other, to the bafflement of both. The play was first performed at the Théâtre des Nouveautés, Paris, on 2 March 1907. Les Annales du théâtre et de la musique said of the play, "It is a piece for which we need to invent a new description: funny, pleasing, comical, frenzied, dizzying, it is all those, and more. The action goes forward with such velocity, explosiveness, prestissimo, from start to finish that the actors and the audience cannot catch their breath for even a second.

A Flea in Her Ear Cast - Peter O'Brien, Sally Cooper, Michael Carman, Ernie Gray, Genevieve Picot, Marg Downey, Richard Piper, Robert Grubb, Lewis Fiander, Sioban Tuke, Frank Gallacher, Judith McGrath, Reg Evans, Giordano Gangl, Richard Piper, Sarah Walker, Humphrey Bower

Director - Simpn Phillips
Designer - Tony Tripp
Lighting - Glenn Hughes


Souvenir Program Date 1994

Size 150 x 240 mm 

Condition: Used 8/10

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