The Odd Couple will run March 10 – 19, 2017
This show was selected by our audiences as a “Fan Favorite.” In honor of our 60th anniversary season, all tickets to this production will be at the Senior price of $16.
Performance dates and times are listed on our calendar.
There are some characters that have transcended the stage and made their way into the psyche of people everywhere. Two such are Felix Ungar and Oscar Madison. Before Tony Randall and Jack Klugman brought them to television in the 1970’s, Neil Simon brought them to Broadway in 1965, but their story and relationship are timeless. Felix is a fastidious neat-freak news writer who has been thrown out by his wife. He moves in with his friend Oscar, the sports writer, who is recently divorced and a consummate slob. The show begins at a friendly card game, and Simon’s unmatched humor takes over. The Odd Couple was voted, by Village audiences, as the “Fan Favorite” of our last 60 years. Since we’re turning 60, all tickets to this production will be “Senior Discounted!”
- by Neil Simon
- Directed by: John Henry
- Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.