It’s 1965. Marriage means something. Commitment means something. Divorce is not only heartrending, it’s a sign of personal failure and weakness. Divorce is the end.
So, when Felix is kicked out of his marital home, he is despondent, to say the least. Oscar, his lovable, if messy, friend who is going through divorce himself takes pity on Felix and offers Felix a home as he gets back on his feet which Felix gratefully accepts…until the fussy Felix remembers Oscar is a real slob and, then, the laughs begin.
Enjoy one of Neil Simon’s most funny and endearing tales as the two men learn to cope with each other, move on from their failed marriages, and really start their lives afresh.
Open for a short run in September 14-17 in the Studio Theatre at the Toronto Centre for the Arts. Pick the day of your choice to get your tickets, now!