Springtime in New York City. Fresh from a blissful, six night honeymoon stay at the Plaza, newlyweds Paul and Corie move into their top floor Manhattan apartment. Paul’s a straight laced, ambitious attorney focussed on climbing the corporate ladder; Corie’s a passionate, free spirit, always looking on the bright side of life. Their small flat is her latest find and she’s determined to create a romantic vibe despite bare walls, bad plumbing, eccentric neighbours and a hole in their skylight.
It’s not long until Mother arrives to cast her eye over their expensive apartment. Corie decides to play matchmaker and during dinner with their eccentric neighbour-in-the-attic, Velasco, things begin to unravel. If only Corie could be more pragmatic. See things as Paul does. If only stick-in-the-mud Paul could be a little more spontaneous. Running “barefoot in the park” would be a start…
Author of The Odd Couple, Pulitzer prize winning playwright Neil Simon is one of America’s greatest writers. Barefoot In The Park is one of his great works.
Post Show Talk:
Wed 18 March, FREE after the matinée
Fri 20 March, 5.00pm
Sat 21 March, 2.00pm
BSL Interpreted Performance:
Wed 25 March, 7.00pm
Fri 27 March, 7.00pm
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