What would happen if your ex-wife was honeymooning in the same hotel at the same time as you? What if you discover you still have feelings for each other? This idea is explored in exciting fashion in the play from 1930, Private Lives. This is a concert reading which means the actors carry scripts and directly face the audience the entire show. This can be a bit strange, especially when they shake hands by reaching straight out and shaking their hand in the air. However, once you get used to this aspect, the performances are quite good. The actors take on the personalities of the characters and you truly believe the chemistry on stage. Catch Private Lives at the Ruth Page Center for the Arts through December 14th!
Get tickets here: http://www.ruthpage.org/performance-Private-Lives