Nöel Coward’s 1930 theatrical masterpiece Private Lives is an intimate comedy of bad manners. A divorced couple discovers they are staying in adjacent rooms while on honeymoon in France with their new spouses. Pandemonium unfolds when the couple feels that familiar old spark and reunite in a whirlwind of passion, jealousy and retaliation.
Performances in Moore Theatre, inside the Green Center for the Performing Arts, are April 16 – 18 beginning at 7:30 p.m. The April 19 performance begins at 1 p.m. General admission tickets are $10, students $5.
The play is directed by DePauw Professor of Communication and Theatre Andrew Hayes and Kate Grimm ’15.