Adam is an uncomplicated single man in the most amazing place on earth. It’s a good life - discovering and naming animals, adventuring, eating, drinking, sleeping. But a curious new creature has entered the garden, and she talks … a lot. Industrious and smart, Eve has a mind to get to know this other creature with two legs and a frown - and throwing things at him seems to get his attention every time. Hilarious and romantic, Mark Twain will leave you charmed and maybe, just maybe, a little bit more in love.
Watching a new romance unfold is probably the most entertaining activity there is. Courtship is crazy! It's as if people lose their minds in the give-and-take of sharing their hearts. That might be why parents and uncles and aunts become armchair matchmakers. Mark Twain couldn't resist playing imaginary matchmaker on behalf of the Almighty in the very first human romance. His Adam and Eve are so crazy and so sweetly funny, it made me laugh.
Morris Ertman, Rosebud Theatre Artistic Director