Book and Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
Music by Stephen Flaherty
Based on “The Man Who Broke the
Bank At Monte Carlo” by Michael Butterworth
First Produced by Playwrights’ Horizons Inc. Off-Broadway in 1988
Directed by Caitlin Lowans
Choreographed by Ilyse Robbins
Musical Direction by Bethany Aiken
SEPTEMBER 8 – 25, 2016
Musical murder mystery farce that will leave you dying of laughter!
When mild-mannered Harry Witherspoon discovers he stands to inherit six million dollars from a recently deceased uncle he never met, there’s only one catch: he has to bring his embalmed uncle on a vacation to Monte Carlo. With the speed of a runaway train, Lucky Stiff has adventure, mistaken identity, slapstick, romance, and dogs. If you loved Something’s Afoot, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, or Weekend at Bernie’s, you won’t want to miss this musical comedy.
Lucky Stiff runs 2 hours with a brief intermission.
Dan Coakely, Wicked Local
Rich Fahey, On Boston Stages
Al Chase, The White Rhino Report
Sheila Barth, The Revere Journal
Nancy Grossman, BroadwayWorld.com
Angelica Potter, OnStage
Johnny Monsarrat, Events Insider
$50–55 ADULTS; $45–50 SENIORS; $20 STUDENTS (with valid ID)
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