1934. September. Ohio. World famous tenor Tito Merelli is contracted to perform his greatest role for the Cleveland Grand Opera Company. What could go wrong? Delightful twists of plot and incidental surprises abound as this hilarious story unfolds to answer that question. An apparent suicide, mistaken identities, secret connivings and amorous interludes tumble together to create a rollicking farce packed with zest and merriment. Clive Barnes of the New York Times wrote that this play is a “lovely dose of pure operatic idiocy” and “rib-tickling comedy.” Join us for the fun! Written by Ken Ludwig, Directed by Hyrum Conrad. Tickets cost $3 BYU-Idaho Students/$6 General Public. No children under six. Shows are held on additional evenings, as well. Visit Theatre Department for more information.