A LAUGH-OUT-LOUD BATTLE OF THE SEXES By Noël Coward
An effervescent comedy of manners set in the 1930′s with classic romance, hilarity and elegance. A divorced couple runs into each other while honeymooning with their new spouses. Sparks fly, emotions bubble over and passions are reignited.
I am in Section Main, Row C, Seat 16. You might have to call [masked]) because the online booking (citadeltheatre.com) doesn't seem to let you pick a specific seat.
Please include your seat info when you RSVP.
I am going to be in the Shoctor Lobby at 6:45. The Citadel asks that we arrive 30 min. early. We can chat for 15 before we disperse to our seats. I will actually show up at 5:30 but will be having a beverage in Normands lounge until I head to the Shoctor, join me if you would like. Normands has a good rating in Urban Spoon so I hope it isn't too crowded. We can congregate in the lobby again to either decide where to go (Moriarty's isn't far) or just say goodnight.
I'll bring a large orangey yellow flower, who is now known as Fibonacci. If Fibonacci were a real chrysanthemum the Fibonacci sequence would describe the curves in petal arrangement. Don't let this incongruence (lack of appropriate curves) throw you off when looking for Fibonacci.