Following a harsh divorce, Elyot and Amanda go their separate ways, but five years later, when they end up in neighboring suites on their honeymoons with new spouses, passion comes creeping back. This 1930's comedy, "Private Lives," by Noël Coward, follows what happens when a once dreary couple reconnects on the French Riviera. Arguments and violence galore, "Private Lives" shows the essence of love-and-hate relationships. Directed by Mark Cuddy. For CITY's review of "Private Lives," check back on Monday, March 27.
"Private Lives" opens Saturday, March 25, at Geva Theatre Center, 75 Woodbury Boulevard. The play continues through Sunday, April 16. Dates and times vary. Tickets start at $25. For tickets and more information, call 232- 4382 or visit gevatheatre.org.