Osceola Arts presents “Guilty Pleasures,” a riotously funny screwball comedy, crafted by the acclaimed sitcom writer Ken Levine, known for MAS*H, Cheers, and Frasier. This fresh take on traditional comedy will hit the stage from January 26 to February 11, promising a unique and intimate theatrical encounter with its talented cast.
“Guilty Pleasures” is a play set aboard a luxury cruise ship, focusing on Larry and Jinx, a married couple. Their interaction with a sophisticated celebrity pair sparks a chain of comical and romantic misadventures. With an R rating for its daring exploration of marriage and infidelity, the play offers a blend of humor, unexpected twists, and an insightful exploration into the intricacies of love.
“Ken Levine’s mastery of comedy shines brilliantly in ‘Guilty Pleasures’,” said Joy Belding, Director at Osceola Arts. “It’s a play that combines the timeless charm of classic comedy with a contemporary edge, making it a must-see for our adult audience this season.”
Osceola Arts continues to make performances easily accessible for all audiences with special performances, including an audio-described show on Friday, February 9th at 7:30 PM and an American Sign Language-interpreted performance on Saturday, February 10th at 2:00 PM. For optimal seating for the interpreted performance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Prices: $25 for students and seniors, $30 for adults
- Tickets can be purchased online at osceolaarts.org or at the Osceola Arts Box Office.
To learn more about “Guilty Pleasures” and other events at Osceola Arts, visit osceolaarts.org.