Winner! 3 Tony Awards and 4 Drama Desk Awards
Nominee! 2010 Tony Award, Best Revival of a Play

"An accelerating snowball of laughter, Lend Me A Tenor has the class and charm of a Kaufman and Hart comedy plus all the door-slamming hilarity of a Marx Brothers' classic like Room Service." - Jim Helsinger, PA Shakespeare Festival


Enjoy this production while dining on a delicious meal catered by Limoncello, included in your $40 ticket price. A cash bar will be on site.

Friday Menu: Insalata Caesar, Rigatoni alla Vodka, Eggplant Parmigiana, Chicken Francaise, Grilled Salmon, String Beans Oil and Garlic, Homemade Tiramisu

Saturday Menu: Mixed Baby Greens, Stuff Shells, Limoncello Meatballs, Sweet Sausage and Peppers, Chicken Marsala, Roasted Red Bliss Potatoes, Roasted Vegetables, Homemade Tiramisu

Sunday Menu: Insalata Caesar, Meat Lasagna, Rollatini di Melanzane, Stuffed Pork Loin, Chicken Valdostano, String Beans Oil and Garlic, Roasted Red Bliss Potatoes, Homemade Tiramisu

***Indicate at check-out who else you would like to have at your table.***


“A remarkable piece of theatre… a masterpiece… Author Ken Ludwig has verve, a sound grasp of plot mechanics and a rare ability to couple high art with low comedy.” - The London Times

 

“The most inventive, original farce in a long time…” - Punch

“A furiously paced comedy with more than a touch of the Marx brothers… A marvelous combination of wonderful farcical moments and funny lines.” - Time Out New York

“Hilariously over the top.” - The Manchester Guardian

“Fills the theatre with the sound of laughter.” - The Sunday Express, London


LEND ME A TENOR The Musical

Book and Lyrics by Peter Sham

Music by Brad Carroll

Based on the play by Ken Ludwig

LEND ME A TENOR THE MUSICAL was originally produced in London at the Gielgud Theatre by Martin Platt, David Elliott and Eileen & Allen Anes
in association with Theatre Royal Plymouth, opening on June 15, 2011.

LEND ME A TENOR THE MUSICAL had its initial production at the
Utah Shakespeare Festival (Fred C. Adams, Founder ; R. Scott Phillips, Festival Director)