|Agamemnon Buckner (“Chicago”)
|Hans von Bismarck
|Basil Thorpe/Claude Riviere/Charlie/King of France
|Emperor of Russia
|Sultan of Turkey/Customer
July 29 - August 16, 2009
By Mark Twain, Adapted by David Ives
Directed by Karen Sheridan
Only dead painters achieve fame! Millet, a young painter, fakes his death in order to pay off his girlfriend’s debts. Millet then puts on a dress and passes himself off as his own sister while figuring a way to come back to life, don trousers and marry Marie!
Accessible seating (wheelchairs and walkers etc.) with no stairs is available in Row K. Every row, other than Row K has a step(s). Please phone the Box Office for the availability of accessible seating in Row K.
Assisted Listening System
Assisted Listening Devices (ALD) amplify and clarify sound by cutting down ambient noise. Peninsula Players is equipped with a Hearing Loop in rows A to S and an FM-based ALD system in the balcony rows AA and BB. Patrons who require an ALD may visit the Canteen before the show. Reservations are not necessary. These devices are offered free of charge on a first-come-first-served basis. A driver’s license or ID with printed address is required as a security deposit.