With two weekends left in its run, Circle Theatre’s hilarious production of Too Many Cooks is enjoying sold-out performances, uproarious laughter, and standing ovations. Strong word-of-mouth and stellar reviews are driving ticket sales. Seats for the remaining eight performances are going fast. The show takes its final bow Saturday, November 16, 2013.
“If you could bottle this kind of comedy, I’d take a case,” raves TheatreJones critic Jan Farrington. Mary L. Clark, Associate Critic for John Garcia’s The Column Online, recommends the farce as “a great example of its theatrical genre and a splendid way to watch eight actors finely adept at their craft.” Clark finds favor in every cast member . Of Brad Stephens, she writes:
“Always pulling his uniform into place, Stephens made [Constable] Effing the forthright, upstanding, tee totaling officer he is supposed to be. In a farce such as Too Many Cooks, that kind of character only leads to hilarity and Stephens brought it in style.”
For information and to purchase tickets, go to www.circletheatre.com or call the box office at 1-817-877-3040. You may also go in person to the Circle Theatre box office at 230 W. 4th Street, between Houston and Throckmorton, in downtown Fort Worth. Tickets range from $20 – $35 depending on the day of performance. Senior, student, military, KERA, Press Pass, S.T.A.G.E. and group discounts are available.
- Review: One Toque Over the Line (www.theatrejones.com)
- Review: Too Many Cooks at Circle Theatre (thecolumnawards.org)
- Too Many Cooks Rehearsals Begin (bradstephens.net)