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New Conservatory Theatre Center v ---

Le Switch

EXTENDED TO DEC 10, 2017
Regional Premiere

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David is a self-possessed New York librarian with a need for classification, a love for collecting rare books he never opens and a strong ambivalence about marriage. What happens when his best friend’s bachelor party takes him to Montreal, and he is swept off his feet by a charming young florist? A witty and whimsical romantic comedy tied in knots.

 

By Philip Dawkins

Directed by Tom Bruett

 

Reviews

 

“guaranteed to produce lots of laughs and a few, heartfelt sighs.” - Theatre Eddy's

 

“What a joy! ... funny, sweet, witty, and smart … will warm the coolest heart.” - Theatrius

 

"a strongly acted production" - Bay Area Reporter

 

"a smart, literate modern fairy tale grounded in the shifting social politics of our times” - For All Events

 

“Tom Bruett has directed Le Switch with a knowing ear for gay vernacular" - Huffington Post

 

 

 

SPECIAL EVENTS

 

Join us Thursday nights pre-show in November for pre-show music!

Alexander Goodhart (playing Nov 2 & 9) is a composer and pianist in San Francisco. Learn more at alexgoodhart.com

Kitten on the Keys (playing Nov 16 & 30) is an accordionist and vocalist who has performed locally and internationally. Learn more at www.suzanneramsey.net  (Photo by Eve St Ramon Paris)

 

 

Pay-what-you-wish Previews

Oct 27-Nov 3rd are preview performances and guests can purchase pay-what-you-wish tickets at the box office based on availability > learn more

 

Post-show talkbacks

Nov 3rd with the cast, director and playwright 

Nov 12th with the cast and director

 

Opening Night

Nov 4th will include a post-show celebration with bubbly and bites from Minas Brazilian Restaurant 

 

Season Producers: Norman Abramson & David Beery, Lowell Kimble

Executive Producers: Michael Golden & Michael Levy, Jeff Malloy & Dean Shibuya
Producers: David Meders, Richard Meiss & Peter Rudy, Ken Prag & Steve Collins

Graphic Design by Klinger Creative

 

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