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REVIEWS  

SYNOPSIS  

'20s SLANG TRANSLATOR

Directed by Shannon Cochran

November 25, 2015 - January 10, 2016

Performances at the Greenhouse Theater Center



Before Julia and Jane married their comfortable husbands - there was Maurice. An elegant Frenchman and youthful indiscretion for them both, he has written to announce his impending return. Their blissfully ignorant husbands embark on a weekend of golf, leaving the door open to revelry and rivalry. Noël Coward's celebrated wit sparkles in this risqué stylish sex farce that captures the hedonistic spirit of the Roaring Twenties.

WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF Noel Coward's FALLEN ANGELS!

INTERVIEW WITH DIRECTOR SHANNON COCHRAN

NOTE FROM THE PRODUCING ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

REVIEWS OF FALLEN ANGELS

​FROM THE 1920s

BIOGRAPHY OF

SIR NOEL COWARD

PRODUCTION PHOTOS

1920s COCKTAIL RECIPES 

MUSIC OF THE '20s   

★★★

Chris Jones 

Chicago Tribune

LITERARY AND HISTORICAL CONTEXT