This October 11-27, you can see The Servant of Two Masters at First Presbyterian Church Theater, located downtown at 300 W. Wayne St.
This performance, adapted from Carlo Goldoni and directed by Thom Hofrichter features mistaken identity, mix-ups, mishaps and more play center stage in this uproarious comedy directed by Thom Hofrichter. Adapted from the 18th century masterpiece by Carlo Goldoni, The Servant of Two Masters is the hilarious tale about the servant Truffaldino, who plots a scheme to earn more money by serving two masters at once. Not surprisingly, the plan goes awry as mistakes run rampant and mayhem takes over!
Call the Box Office at (260) 422-6329 to purchase tickets.
General Admission: $20 pre-sale ($24 at the door)
Patrons 65 and older: $18 pre-sale ($22 at the door)
Full time students (any age): Free with reservation to most shows (30 tickets each performance—please call or email the Box Office.) $10 at the door.
Thursday night preview performances are $10.
$15 tickets are available for groups of 20 or more. Please contact the Box Office for further details.
Born and raised in Indianapolis, almost nothing could move this downtown girl from her native Circle City—except true love. Deb now calls Fort Wayne home, and lives with her husband and their three amazing children in a cozy north side neighborhood. Armed with a Master’s in English, Deb was an editor for Northern Indiana LAKES Magazine, and a copywriter and proofreader for a local marketing and design firm. An avid reader, nature enthusiast, and amateur gourmet, she also loves to take walks and hikes with her family.