Snappy and charming, “The Constant Wife,” now playing at Denver Center, is a delightful evening of theater that will leave you wishing there was a sequel so you could continue to follow the adventures of the ever-so-savvy lead character, Constance.
Set in 1920s London, the play is a fine example of a comedy of manners, a satire designed to critique societal norms, and draws the audience in with quick dialogue and amusing plots twists. If you love 1940s movies with well-crafted dialogue and characters, then this show is for you! If you’re looking for an evening of classic theater that goes down easy and leaves you feeling upbeat at the end, then don’t hesitate to get a ticket before it closes on October 21st!
More info and tickets: https://www.denvercenter.org
Note: I received a pair of tickets to show, but I assure you, dear reader, that this is my true opinion and it was not influenced by the free tickets.