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Foothill Theatre Conservatory Presents
Who Farced

Annual Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival on Stage at Foothill College
April 14 - 23, 2006

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Foothill Theater Conservatory will present Who Farced?, a production of four frolicsome farces by Georges Feydeau, April 14-23 in the Playhouse Theater (Room 1301) at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills (intersection of I-280 and El Monte Road). Evening performances are April 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22 at 8 p.m. A matinee will be presented Sunday, April 23 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15, general; $12, student/senior; and $10 for children under age 12. Rush tickets for Foothill students with an OwlCard are $8 and are sold 10 minutes before the performance begins. To purchase tickets call (650) 949-7360 or access Parking in lots #1 & #6 only is included in the ticket price. There is no need to purchase a permit to attend shows if patrons park in either of those two lots only. Lot #6 provides access without stairs.

Directed by Jezebel Barraza of Sunnyvale, in Fit To Be Tried, there's a murderer on the loose! A mysterious suitor fitting the newspaper's description appears at the home of the great Parisian actress Pepita Passionelle. Can she prove the murderer's identity amidst the watchful eye of her husband and the arrival of her secret lover? The act also features Lauren Mack, Brennan Holeness, Katie Chaidez, Ryan Rusca, Matt Miyaki, Lauren Mack and Matt Miyake of San Jose; Joey Paris of Santa Clara; and Anna Westendorf of Sunnyvale.

Photo Mixed Doubles (from left to right):
Jack Starr, Ashley Rogers, Suzie Poulson, Grant Lancaster
Separate, clandestine dining trysts turn into zany, mixed-up adventures of mistaken identities and romantic debauchery in Mixed Doubles. Directed by Brittany Heideman of Palo Alto, Mixed Doubles features Kimberly Johnson, Drew Moore, Jack Starr and Suzie Poulson of San Jose; Aurora Simcovich of San Francisco; Grant Lancaster of Sunnyvale; Ashley Rogers of Los Altos.

Directed by George Psarras of Daly City, The Boor Hug profiles scheming bachelor Casimir Ferret, who hires what he believes to be a civil and obedient servant. Instead, he gets the simple-minded Flugel, a hearty halfwit from the country who seems to be the antithesis of etiquette and refinement. Hilarity ensues as Casimir attempts to cover Flugel's many ghastly social faux pas, to restore his gleaming reputation in the eyes of his many women. The act includes Anna Westendorf and Shane Olbourne of Sunnyvale; Norman Luce of Los Altos; Pami Malinova of Cupertino; and Mari Muraoka of Mountain View.

A lazy servant discovers the art of hypnosis and tricks his master into doing all the chores in Caught With His Trance Down. Antics get out of hand as he turns his master into a monkey to ward off a fiancé who is about to get in the way. Directed by Peggy Lynch of Atherton, Caught With His Trance Down includes Evelyna Castro of San Jose; Sam Acheson and Taku Tsuchiya of Sunnyvale; James Appleby and Jonathan Murphy of Redwood City; Katie Walton of Palo Alto; and Marvina Reasons of Menlo Park.

Photo His Trance Down: Katie Walton

PARKING: Parking in lots #1 & #6 only is included in the ticket price.  There is no need to purchase a permit to attend shows if patrons park in either of those two lots only.  Lot #6 provides access without stairs.

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