Lausanne’s Upper School actors take to the stage starting Thursday evening for Fools, a 1981 comedy play written by Neil Simon.
The plot involves a schoolteacher named Leon Tolchinsky arriving in the village of Kulyenchikov in order to educate the town doctor's daughter. Leon promptly falls in love with the beautiful Sophia. However, it turns out that Kulyenchikov is under a curse. The town has been cursed with stupidity for centuries. The curse also makes it impossible for Sophia and the other villagers to leave the town or grasp the concept of love. The only way to break the curse is for Leon to either educate Sophia or for her to marry another man; Count Gregor Yousekevitch. Unfortunately, Leon only has 24 hours before he, too, falls victim to the curse.
Get tickets NOW to see Upper School Theater's presentation of Fools by Neil Simon, October 14 through 16 on the EPAC Stage!
The show begins at 7 p.m. each night.
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