"A Day in Hospital" is a comedy full of hilarious lines, written by Camillo Vittici and adapted for Perth audiences. The text is based on the comic genre based on situations that create confusion and one liners that make you laugh in an immediate and spontaneous way. It amuses the public by telling of an ordinary day in a country hospital. Three patients are victims of an involuntary mix up of medical charts and therapies that causes a series of amusing twists and embarrassing misunderstandings: a blood transfusion, an attempted organ harvesting, a head physician who updates his knowledge with the "Surgery for Dummies" magazine and the assistant who consults Google to understand if the liver is on the right or on the left!
The play, full of witty one liners, misunderstandings and embarrassing situations, will have the audience roaring with laughter and wondering if the situations portrayed are "fiction" or on the verge of reality.
This production is performed in the Italian language.
Fri 15, Sat 16, Fri 22 & Sat 23 October 8pm
Sun 17 & Sun 24 October 3pm
To book, please telephone 9328 1186
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