A sidesplitting production of Present Laughter by Noel Coward will have audiences in stitches at Frensham.
The outrageous comedy is set in protagonist, Garry Essendine's London apartment.
Audiences will meet the middle-aged actor whose career is fledgling after great success in younger years.
When the comic actor begins to prepare for a trip to Africa, his life spirals out of control, falling into a mid-life crisis in the style of a farce.
Dealing with his colleagues, his secretary and his ex-wife, Essendine has to make big decisions about when to love and when to laugh.
The production will be directed by Sally Hannah.
Present Laughter will be performed on May 30 at Clubbe Hall, Frensham commencing from 7:30pm.
Tickets available at the door.
Cost is $10 per adult and $20 per family (2 adults and 2 children).