Marc Camoletti's farcical Don't Dress for Dinner takes place
in a renovated farmhouse in France in the present day. To reinforce
the idea of an old building which has undergone several renovations
over the centuries, the set included a number of different types
of brick, wood, stone, and other materials, as well as a stair tower
which required the closing off of an upstairs window.
"Director Michael Ryken delivers well-oiled confusion, making
full use of George Ledo's marvelous set and the zany material with
a fully committed and thoroughly engaging cast."
Douglas Morrisson Theatre, Hayward, CA