A French farce by the master of French farces.
Peter Hall directs this English Touring Theatre revival of George Feydeau’s farce Where There’s A Will.
Where There’s A Will takes a crafty peek at the game of infidelity and marriage. The story centres on Angele, a wealthy widow of a philanderer who has learned that no man can be trusted. Married for the second time, she vows to keep her new husband on a tight leash. But just as she has him where she wants him, things are complicated by the arrival of her husband’s close friend, who is determined to pursue her for himself.
Director Hall is one of the UK’s most respected directors. He founded the Royal Shakespeare Company and is the former director of the National Theatre.