This 1950’s-era romantic-comedy tells the hilarious “man vs. himself” tale of a husband who is home alone for the summer when a beautiful new neighbor moves in. His vivid imagination and very real fears are sparked by a series of innocent events, resulting in a rollicking comedy. This production, directed by Eric Pinder of the Florida Opera Theatre, marks Valencia’s 50th year and was also staged during our 35th year. One of the theater's biggest comedy hits, by George Axelrod.
* * * Due to the intimate setting of the Black Box Theater, late seating cannot be accommodated. We advise arriving at least 15 minutes prior to show time.