The J.P. Taravella Drama Department is performing Hotel Paradiso. Director Lori Sessions is pleased with how the play came together and looking forward to successful performances. “This is a farce and was challenge for our actors and actresses. But they handled it well,” said Sessions.
Dashawn Perry, who plays Boniface enjoys being a part of Hotel Paradiso. “It is extremely high energy and there is not a dull moment,” he said.
Mohamad Atallah, who plays Cot said the rehearsals have gone well and he likes being a part of the production.
Alex Montesino, who plays Marcel said, “This play is amazing and hilarious.”
Hotel Paradiso is a wildly fanciful French farce, taking place during the turn of the century which tells the story of a browbeaten husband who plans to have a discreet rendezvous with his best friend’s strikingly attractive wife at a hotel. There are a vast majority of colorful characters who help to make the stay at the Hotel Paradiso an unforgettable one. With a script by Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvellieres this charismatic production will leave you chuckling for days.