Here's the official description on the Masquers website.
Having fallen for a glamorous movie starlet, the Earl of Marshwood brings his fiancée to the ancestral home to the absolute horror of his mother and servants. This glittering comedy set in the early 1950's highlights a delightful collision between starry Hollywood and stiff-upper-lip England. In the very best Coward tradition, chaos escalates from one farcical turn to another, spurring delicious dialogue, skillful asides and hilarious repartee.
Director Robert Taylor chose the play after seeing the movie version made in 2000 with Julie Andrews and Colin Firth. “The dialogue and plot got my attention and I began to think it would make a wonderful piece for the Masquers stage. I was thrilled when the theater felt the same way.”
Things have been going well of late. We hit a few bumps in the road but we'll pull it together in the end. Most of my work on the show will not be seen (Stage Manager), but I'm also a star-struck maid in a few scenes. The show is very cute and just fun.
So if you happen to stumble on my blog and happen to live in the San Franciso Bay Area, come on by!