Bernard is planning a romantic weekend at his home with his chic Parisian mistress while his wife Jacqueline is away. He has arranged for a Cordon Bleu chef to prepare gourmet delights and has also invited his best friend Robert to provide an alibi. What could possibly go wrong? For starters, Robert and Jacqueline are actually secret lovers and are determined that Jacqueline will not leave for the weekend; the cook has to pretend she is the mistress and the mistress is unable to cook. As everyone’s alibi gets confused with everyone else’s, an evening of hilarious confusion ensues as Bernard, Robert and Jacqueline are forced to improvise at breakneck speed.
This bawdy bedroom farce offers “two of the most rib-tickling, hilarious hours I have spent in the theatre in some time” (Chicago Style Magazine).
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There are four packages available for DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER.
The Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton and the Westhampton Free Library in Westhampton Beach are offering a dinner package on Thursday, May 31. Dinner is at Stone Creek Inn in East Quogue at 5 pm, followed by the show at 7 pm. The cost for dinner (including tax and tip) and show is $60. To reserve, please send your check, for $60 per person, to Hampton Theatre Company, PO Box 400, Quogue, NY 11959. Please include your name, address, phone number and email address so that we may email you your tickets. Please reference “May 31 dinner/theater event.” Reservations and payment required by May 26..
The Hampton Bays Public Library is offering a dinner package on Friday, June 1. Dinner is at 1 North Steakhouse in Hampton Bays at 5 pm, followed by the show at 7 pm. The cost for the dinner (including tax and tip) and show is $60. To register, please call the Hampton Bays Library at 631-728-6241.
The Quogue Library is offering a dinner package on Thursday, June 7. Dinner is at The Quogue Club at 5 pm, followed by the show at 7 pm. The cost for dinner (including tax and tip) and show is $70. To register, please call the Quogue Library at 631-653-4224 ext. 101. The Quogue Library package is available first to library members. If space is available, others may participate as well.
The Hampton Theatre Company is offering a lunch and theater package in conjunction with the Saturday matinee on Saturday, June 9. Lunch is at The Quogue Club at the Hallock House in Quogue at 12:30 pm, followed by the show at 2:30 pm. The cost for lunch (including tax and tip) and show is $60. To reserve, please send your check, for $60 per person, to Hampton Theatre Company, PO Box 400, Quogue, NY 11959. Please include your name, address, phone number and email address so that we may email you your tickets. Please reference “June 9 lunch/theater event.” Reservations and payment required by June 5.
It was wonderful-acting was superb!!!!!!! Thanks.
– Kathleen McLaughlin
What an outrageously funny show! Mamet would be f***ing proud! Time flew by. I loved it!
– Lynne Jones
We enjoyed the show. It was very funny. I love your theater. It’s close to home and you present a variety of good shows. Thank you.
– James Dreeben
Loved the play and of course it was very timely! The actors and direction by Diana Marbury were as always exceptional! Well done!
– Linda Gerien
It was funny & so timely
– Karen Nadell
Great play. Andrew Botsford was outstanding.
– Jacqui Lofaro
Wonderful comic relief for the current election season!
– Sarah Isaacs
Thank you for a wonderful performance of November this past Friday night; the show was hilarious! Such a talented group of performers! We laughed out loud with each character. This satire is truly an entertaining break from the antics of the daily politics we’re enduring each day!
We are happy to recommend this show…as we live on the North Fork, we’ve been telling friends it’s well worth the drive!!
– Vickie and Tim Abrams
I laughed so loud I was afraid I would be asked to leave. All the actors just blended together so well. It was a great performance by everyone and a perfect play to start the new season.
– Helen Houdek
Thank you so much for this wonderfully sharp and telling show. With our own 2016 election upon us, and all the rancor that has come with it, your choice of play was a welcome relief. The show’s direction was a joy with immaculate timing and flow. The actors ensemble and individual work exacting and at the same time managed to humanize Mamet’s satire. With deep appreciation
– Katherine Liepe-Levinson & Martin Levinson
I had seen Nathan Lane’s “Novembr” president . It took me a while to get used to Andrew Botsford’s quieter, quirkier, more nuanced president. But I loved it. I thought there was something Biden-esque about his portrayal.
– Rosemary McAllister
FROM MONTAUK HIGHWAY (ROUTE-80):
Montauk Highway to light at Otis Ford in Quogue. South onto Jessup Avenue. 1/2 mile to theater (on right).
WHEELCHAIR ACCESS: The theater is wheelchair accessible through the side entrance. If a member of your party needs wheelchair access, please come to front entrance and ask the person taking tickets to open the side door. If a member of your party requires a wheelchair in the theater, please reserve one seat at the end of a row.
ASSISTED LISTENING DEVICES: The theater does not have assisted listening devices at this time.