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Theatre Oxford Presents Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple

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Theatre Oxford is proud to present Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple (female version) from August 26 until August 30.

Updated by Neil Simon twenty years after the success of his original play, the female-led play offers just as many laughs and a new take on the classic comedy of mismatched roommates.

Directed by Debra Anderson and featuring a stellar cast of Oxonians, The Odd Couple is a fantastic opportunity to see a witty and laugh-out-loud exploration of the changing roles of women in the 1980s. Anderson brings over twenty years experience to the stage, and this is her directorial debut with Theatre Oxford. The cast includes theater veterans Susan Rae Cox as Flo Unger and Kat Watson as Olive Madison along with a host of other Oxford favorites.

The show opens at the Powerhouse Community Arts Center on Wednesday, August 26, and runs until Sunday, August 30. Evening performances Thursday through Saturday evening will be at 7:30 PM and the Sunday matinee is at 2:00 PM. The Wednesday performance is a special “Dinner and Show” that will include a pre-show meal at 6:30 p.m.

Tickets are available at the Powerhouse or here. Tickets are $10 for members of Theatre Oxford, students, and senior citizens or $15 for non-members. Wednesday Dinner and Show tickets are $30 for members of Theatre Oxford and $35 for non-members.

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