Pardon My English

Pardon My English

Musical




Overview


Synopsis

In order to promote the sale of alcoholic beverages, the German government has outlawed all soft drinks. As a result, soft drink speakeasies have been born. Golo Schmidt, a criminal mastermind, runs Klub 21 where illegal soft drinks are served. Golo used to be Michael Bramleigh, a suave British secret agent, until a hit on the head turned him German. Golo/Michael is hit on the head again -- and again -- which lets each of his personalities have a girlfriend. There's the fiery Polish chanteuse Gita Gobel for Golo; and for Michael, a bookish, bespectacled beauty named Frieda who is the daughter of Golo's nemesis, Police Commissioner Bauer.


Characters

Female

Male



Show Information

Category
Musical
Number of Acts:
2 Acts
First Produced:
1933
Cast Size
large
Casting Notes:
Mostly male cast

Video Clips

See All Videos


Half-Price Ticket Hot Sellers