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Is She His Wife?Sunday, June 9, 2013 at 2 pm
The Currier Museum of Art
150 Ash Street, Manchester NH, 03104

Free with museum admission. More info

tKAPOW reprises its production of Is She His Wife? at the Currier Museum of Art in conjunction with their Poster Mania! exhibition. Dickens’ most risqué work for the stage, this one-act comedy features such racy material as extra-marital affairs, flippant jokes about adultery, and even a woman displaying her shapely ankle!  Deliberately loud and hammy, Is She His Wife? is a delightful farce of good-natured coincidences, frivolous misunderstandings and distinctly Dickensian characters.

Is She His Wife by Charles Dickens

Is She His Wife? or Something Singular!
by Charles Dickens

Mr. Alfred Lovetown.....Rich Hurley
Mrs. Lovetown.....Kate Harper/Gina Carballo
Mr. Felix Tapkins.....Aaron Compagna
Mr. Peter Limbury.....Joel D. Breen
Mrs. Limbury..... Carey Cahoon

Originally Presented by the 16th annual Dickens Symposium
Friday, July 22, 2012, 7 pm
Dana Center, Saint Anselm College

Also performed as part of Umass Lowell's Dickens in Lowell celebration. To mark the bicentenary of Charles Dickens's birth and to commemorate his historic trip to Lowell in 1842, UMass Lowell and its partners threw a seven-month-long party of performances, speakers, family programs, and a landmark exhibition exploring Dickens's life, work, and travels in America.

Funded in part by the New England States Touring Program of the New England Foundation for the Arts, made possible with funding from the National Endowment to the Arts Regional Touring program and the six New England state arts agencies.

Saturday, March 31, 2012, 1 pm and 3 pm
Middlesex Community College
Black Box Theatre

Is She His Wife by Charles Dickens