A Chorus of Disapproval
ACT lights its mainstage in July with the American premiere of Alan Ayckbourn's A Chorus of Disapproval, a play which the London Observer describes as a “brilliantly imaginative and funny comedy of life, sex and sadness.”
Widely regarded as Britain’s best comedic playwright, Ayckbourn provides us with an hilarious tale of intrigue within an amateur operatic society. A shy widower not only finds himself in the leading role of Gay's The Beggar's Opera, but also the center of sexual entanglements and real estate speculation.
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