Williamson County Sun: “Wedded Bliss…or Misery?”

March 4, 2015 by Peter Dossing

Private Lives is a classic comedy about the bliss and misery of matrimony set against a lavish backdrop of 1930s Europe.  Written by Noel Coward and directed by Jeff Davis, Private Lives is widely regarded as one of the most sophisticated and entertaining comedies ever written.”

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BroadwayWorld-Austin: “PRIVATE LIVES as Bubbly and Giddy a Delight as Fine Champagne”

March 2, 2015 by Frank Benge

“Noel Coward’s plays are, for the most part, theatrical soufflés: the ingredients are very simple and, when handled correctly, are deliciously light and tasty; however, in the hands of the inexperienced, they can turn out to be a mess best thrown away. I am happy to report that in the case of PRIVATE LIVES, now being staged by Agape Theatre, the chefs know exactly what they are doing… this production is Coward done right and is a tasty treat for lovers of light, frothy, witty entertainment.”

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