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Odd Couple earns every laugh

by Bridgette Redman - Encore Michigan

This production provides everything you might hope for from “The Odd Couple.” Felix (Isaac Jankowski) is fussbudgety. Oscar (Derek Mellor) is a slob. The poker buddies are a collection of archetypes and the Pigeon sisters (Allison Canning and Jaclyn Collins) are coo-coo adorable.

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Review: Tibbits’ ‘Odd Couple’ good fun

by Christopher Tower/Battle Creek Enquirer

Even before the recent reboot of “The Odd Couple” on CBS, the story is surely well known to most people. Neatnik and chronic hypochondriac Felix Ungar (Isaac Jankowski) moves in with best friend and dedicated slob Oscar Madison (Derek Mallor) after his (Felix’s) wife asks for a divorce. Soon all the issues that caused Frances to declare that Felix was impossible to live with begin to irritate Oscar to the limit of his patience. The breaking point occurs when Felix ruins a dinner date with the Pigeon sisters (Allison Canning and Jaclyn Collins). A hilarious row with Oscar, in which he threatens to kill Felix, follows the also hilarious ruining of Felix’s London Broil dinner over which he “slaved” and spent a stunning $9.34.

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Tibbits 2015 Summer Season

Please contact Tibbits for additional photos, information or to schedule an interview. PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Contact: 517-278-6029, email: marketing@Tibbits.org Date: 12/5/14 COLDWATER – Tibbits Summer Theatre will take flight next summer, literally, with an exciting season highlighted by the musical “Peter Pan” which will feature the boy who won’t grow up flying across the stage. The 2015 season will...
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Tibbits PR – Alone Together‏

Tibbits Summer Theatre season concludes with the comedy, “Alone Together” opening August 7 and running through August 16 at Tibbits Opera House. Charles Burr, Artistic Director for Tibbits Summer Theatre directs this production. He says, “After all the knock-about farces we have done the past few years, I am very glad to go back to a warm and wise comedy about family.”
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