Yale Repertory Theatre’s production of

The Servant of Two Masters
by Carlo Goldoni, adapted by Constance Congdon
from a translation by Christina Sibul
directed by Christopher Bayes

Director Christopher Bayes (The 39 Steps, The Doctor in Spite of Himself) brings his inventive take on a classic comedy to Seattle. When the trickster Truffaldino signs on to serve two masters in the hope of double wages and double dinners, chaos and hilarity ensue. This witty new adaptation is brought to life by an ensemble production full of music, magic, and every trick in the theatrical rucksack – from Goldoni to Groucho Marx.

  • Contains crude humor and profanity.
  • Run time is two hours and thirty minutes with one intermission.

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