Free for Museum Members; $10 for non-Museum Members, includes admission to the Museum. Donations welcome for Listening Place, Readers Theater.
The Monterey Museum of Art will host The Listening Place, Readers Theater as they present Private Lives, a comedy of manners by British playwright and actor, Noel Coward. First produced in London in 1930, the plot revolves around the acerbic divorcees, Amanda and Elyot, who both happen to be honeymooning in the same hotel with their new spouses. A chance meeting on the adjoining verandas of their adjacent rooms leads to delicious mayhem. The cast includes Maryann Rousseau, Richard Boynton, Susan Keenan, and Robert Colter, and is directed by Linda Hancock.