What could possibly go wrong? A poor painter fakes his death to increase the value of his paintings. He then manages his new prosperity by posing as his widowed sister. Perfect. Well, almost. Can creative friends and stinky cheese see him through lost love, mistaken identities, and suspicious policemen?
Set in Paris in 1846, this comedic gem was originally written by Mark Twain and has been adapted by David Ives.
Categories: Family Friendly , All Shows , Outside Presenter
Running Time: 2.5 hours, includes one 15-minute intermission
Limited complimentary tickets for infants (under age 1) are available by calling The Lincoln Center Box Office @ 970.221.6730.