The Branson Regional Arts Council announced that a production of the classic Neil Simon play “The Odd Couple” is coming to the historic Owen Theatre in downtown Branson.
The show is scheduled for five performances between March 19th and March 22nd. There will be three shows at 7 p.m. (March 19, 20, 21) and two shows at 2 p.m. (March 21 & 22.)
“Neil Simon’s timeless American comedy delivers biting zingers and the ingredients that laughs are made of,” Jody Madaras, the show’s director, said in a statement. “Our BRAC production comes complete with a boat load of laughs, and a heart-warming ending that is sure to please!”
The production stars Chance Havens as Oscar Madison and Robert A. Montgomery as Felix Unger. The rest of the cast is Cory Henson, Deron Wolfe, Mark Peper, Dylan Pratt, J.C. Clinton, and Abby Reeve.
In addition to the show, those who attend will be invited to the Rock Room Gallery inside the theatre for the “Cityscapes & New York Nights” exhibit featuring local artists.
Tickets for the show are $16.95 for adults, $11.45 for children age 4-17. All proceeds benefit the Branson Regional Arts Council. Tickets are available online or by calling 417-336-4255.