Ellie Harvie and Diana Frances star in Leave it to Cleavage

Leave it to Cleavage breaks down the fourth wall

Interactive comedy comes to the Surrey Arts Centre stage this Saturday.

Want to know how to make your marriage last? Cook a roast? Keep your neighbour off your lawn?

Find out in Leave it to Cleavage, a play a the Surrey Arts Centre this Saturday (Nov. 15) at 8 p.m.

In Leave it to Cleavage, three ridiculously perky 50’s housewives (hampered only slightly by their sullen Russian maid) aim to instil the virtues of the good ol’ days, with the audience joining in as though they were guests at a giant dinner party.

These delightful homemakers cook up an uproarious interactive evening, including a second-act battle of the sexes to determine who really wears the pants in the family – with the winner taking home a can of Spam.

At the end of the day, there’s no problem that can’t be solved with some good old fashioned common sense, matching satin party dresses… and a martini.

Leave it to Cleavage stars Diana Frances, Ellie Harvie, Denise Jones, and Christine Lippa. The show contains adult material and situations, and may not be appropriate for all audiences.

It’s a Rock.Paper.Scissors production.

Tickets are $25, including all fees. Call 604-501-5566 or visit https://tickets.surrey.ca

The Surrey Arts Centre is located at 13750 88 Ave.

 

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