Independent Theatre is excited to kick off their 2021 season with the criminally funny play My Three Angels by Samuel and Bella Spewack. Postponed for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this rib-tickling 1950s comedy is sure to delight Adelaide theatre lovers this April.
Postponed for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this rib-tickling 1950s comedy is sure to delight Adelaide theatre lovers this April.
My Three Angels, based on the French play La Cuisine Des Anges by Albert Husson, was adapted into the 1955 film classic We're Not Angels starring Humphrey Bogart, Peter Ustinov and Aldo Ray.
The Independent Theatre production is directed by Rob Croser and features a talented cast, including Leighton Vogt, Stuart Pearce, Eddie Sims, Lyn Wilson, Greg Janzow, Emma Bleby, David Roach, Loretta Schar and Henry Bleby-Williams.
Three Devil's Island "lifers" are at work, repairing the roof of kindly (but inept) storekeeper, Felix Duchotel. Felix manages the store for his nasty-minded, rich cousin, Gaston. Panic strikes when Gaston unexpectedly arrives from France, demanding to examine Felix's accounts, and threatening Felix, his wife and daughter with eviction, if the books don't balance.
The three Devil's Island "angels" decide to rescue the family. So - with the aid of Joseph's "accounting" skills, and Albert's pet snake, Adolphe - they set about solving the family's problems.
Book now to see all the hijinks! Tickets are now on sale for this strictly limited season - choose from the following sessions:
Tickets are priced from $20.00 to $37.50. WeekendNotes subscribers can take advantage of an exclusive discount offer: USE THE CODEWORD 'NOTES' AND RECEIVE $5 OF ADULT AND CONCESSION TICKETS.
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