Syracuse NY Post Standard 13 March 1976
'Flea' Flickers With Hilarity speaks only in vowels and jumps around in angular postures, runs away with comedy honors. It's a fun performance for the audience. Close behind is James Gallery as the husband and Poche, the drunken porter. How he changes clothes in seconds for the dual role is remark - By NEVART APIKIAN For sheer, wild, hilarious fun see the second act of "A Flea in Her Ear," the Georges Fey - deau farce, which opened last night at the Regent Experimental Theater. Syracuse Stage Players set the scene for the able, hanky - panky at the Happy Tomcat Hotel in a Frolic Taylor is the pretty and light - footed, comparatively sedate first act in the attractive flirtatious wife and Dale Hodges is her Spanish drawing room of the Chandebises' home in friend whose staccato Spanish clears up the Paris. A suspicious wife who gets a "flea in mystery for her jealous husband played by her ear" because her husband's suspenders are James Tripp, a mean man with a pistol, mailed to him from the hotel decides to send Ruth Fenster is whirled around like a re him a love letter from a mysterious admirer volving door by the lovers racing around the setting up an assignation at the hotel. The hus - hotel. She's the attractive wife of the owner, band is guiltless. Meanwhile a jealous Spaniard Morris Lafon. Peter Bosche plays the old man in the revolving bed. The real romeo played with vain, posturing poses is David Darlow. Edward Holmes is the family doctor. Milli cent Sovik begins the action as the amorous cook with David Kagen as the butler who never wife's handwriting in the letter, The butler, going to alert the wife at the hotel, runs into his own wife. And the hotel porter is the "twin" of the husband. The hotel setting by Ewic Head is a voluptu Services ous 6em Wlin PaisieJ waiipapw , icu vcivci auu aiauus uu ueieiuuwy wuu gue&ia. l«iwiciiw /u - a revolving bed. las plays the mad Russian. Lori Burgess is the Nicholas Hormann, playing the nephew who Pretty maid.