Jeffrey Hatcher's adaptation of the romantic comedy written by Jean Anouilh, 1940 - directed by Sean Dooley
"Hatcher's clever humor relies on ironic wit and a keen eye for poking fun at
the absurdity of pompous arrogance…This flavor fills a script that clearly
reflects Anouilh's themes of memory's aching beauty and the preference humans
have for infatuation over real-life love. A delightful farce that intelligently
wonders about the nature of love, artifice, the eye's perception rather than the
heart's reality, and the delicate distortion of memory." —Minneapolis Star
Tribune review of Guthrie performance.