A hoot to be had with ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’

March 7, 2014 by  

A romantic comedy performance of ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’ will have the Medford audience entertained in a few days’ time. No doubt printing services have been used to spread the word about this comedy performance to people across the area.

The play bears no resemblance to the story told in the Edward Lear poem of the same name. In the opening scene of this production, we enter a San Francisco loft apartment and find Felix, an aspiring writer with his binoculars focused on a ‘Lady of the evening’ who is wandering around. He complains about this woman to his landlord and this causes her to be evicted, only to find that he soon has trouble in the form of this woman pounding on his apartment door.

Tickets for this performance are $15 per person, although some tickets may be available at the door on performance nights. If any seats remain untaken within half an hour of the play’s start time, guests will be invited to pay the amount of their choice to see it

The Owl and the Pussycat will be performed from Thursday, March 13, until Sunday, March 16, at 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm at the Randall’s Warehouse Theatre at the Randall Center for the Performing Arts located at 10 E. Third Street in Medford, Oregon. To learn more, or purchase tickets, visit the theater’s website or call 541-632-3258.

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