The Increased Difficulty of Concentration
This classic farce done in 30 scenes with no chronological sequence concerns a doctor of philosophy who has a wife, a mistress, and a secretary who’s beautiful legs make it difficult for him to concentrate while she is taking dictation. Dr. Hummel is juggling demands upon his time: from his abstract philosophical musings, to his women, to the strange pseudo-scientific investigation of self, embodied in the Pazuk.
Adults - $10
Seniors & Students - $8
Children (12 and under) - $6
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