“[The Sheldon is] a magnet for artists and audiences alike” (Rochester Post Bulletin) with “a lineup of shows able to satisfy generations” (Republican Eagle), that is “known across the state as one of the great touring houses.” (Commonweal Theater staff)
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Play by Neil Simon Presented by Phoenix Theatre Directed by Julie Martin There are no servants to speak of,
the hostess has gone missing and the deputy mayor has shot himself - in the head
(it's okay, it's just a flesh wound).
The deputy New York City mayor and
his wife are celebrating their tenth wedding anniversary! It's a party! However, when four couples arrive they soon discover that something is a miss.