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Directed by Eric Morris
Winner! 3 Tony® Awards and 4 Drama Desk Awards
Nominee! 2010 Tony® Award, Best Revival of a Play
LEND ME A TENOR
and the GOLDEN AGE OF HOLLYWOOD
Come experience the Golden Age of Hollywood at the Old Log Theatre! Set in 1934, the wacky story and hilarious shenanigans in Lend Me a Tenor provide an escape into laugh out loud comedy land. The mistaken identities, one-liners, and slapstick transport you directly into the films of Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd, and the Marx Brothers. Passionate yearnings and sentimentality will harken back to romantic comedies like It Happened One Night and Bringing Up Baby. We’ll make you feel as though you’re at an Art Deco movie house from the 1930s. Black and white will become Technicolor right before your eyes! Come early and catch glimpses of some of your favorite comedies from Hollywood’s greatest era. Nostalgia and reminiscing will ensue at the Old Log’s hybrid theatrical and cinematic production of Lend Me a Tenor.
Eric is going into his 4th year of collaborations with the Old Log Theatre. As an actor, Eric has portrayed Freddy Benson in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Robbie Hart in The Wedding Singer, and Jerry Lee Lewis in Million Dollar Quartet. OLT directing credits have and will include Ghost the Musical, How I Became a Pirate, Lend Me a Tenor, Winnie-the-Pooh, and the upcoming Rosemary Clooney musical Tenderly. Eric recently became the Old Log’s Director of Production. Twin Cities collaborators: Mill City Summer Opera, Nautilus Music-Theater, History Theatre, Theater Latte Da, Chanhassen Dinner Theatres, and Second Fiddle Productions. Regional collaborators: Dayton Opera, The Barn Theatre, Beef & Boards, Gallery Players, and the Heritage Theatre Festival. Eric holds a BFA in Musical Theater from Ithaca College and has participated in the Wesley Balk Opera Music-Theater Institute as both a performer and a director. Eric lives in Minneapolis with his wife Laura.
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New: Tickets are the same price online, by phone, or Box Office. No service charges.
*All 1:30 matinee performances are General Admission.
Student Rush tickets are $20 and are not available online or by phone. They must be purchased the night of performance at the Box Office with a valid student ID. We cannot make adjustments for adult tickets purchased for students or guarantee your student will sit near other purchased seats.
As a courtesy to our patrons, children under the age of 6 (including infants) are not permitted in the theatre.
Prices do not include MN State Sales tax of 7.275%.
Small, hand-sized receivers are available for those with hearing loss. Reservations can be made calling the box office. Please note that a driver's license or credit card may be required as security collateral.