In one of the best modern American farces to hit the stage, a madcap mix of mistaken identity, drugged-enduced confusion, lustful shenanigans, and operatic impersonation will leave audiences gasping for their next breath! In 1934 Ohio, the world famous tenor known as Il Stupendo, has fallen to a double dose of tranquilizers. The fate of the Cleveland Grand Opera hangs in the balance. Can the company’s young go-fer succeed in impersonating the famed opera legend? And what in the world happens when the presumed deceased star wakes up and realizes the show must go on? Brilliance and stupidity have never blended so seamlessly!
"A furiously paced comedy with more than a touch of the Marx Brothers . . . A marvelous combination of wonderful farcical moments and funny lines."
- Time Out New York