A farce by Ray Cooney
& John Chapman

Directed by Dustin M. Czarny

Plot:  The scene is the exclusive London fur salon of Bodley and Crouch, where Crouch (the well-meaning innocent) struggles to keep  things on an even keel despite the energetic philandering of his  partner. At the moment, Bodley is trying to secure the affections of  his latest would-be mistress by “selling” her husband an expensive  mink fur coat for a fraction of its real worth, and the stammering  Crouch is saddled with the task of consummating the sale with a  straight face. But, as luck would have it, the husband seizes the  bargain coat as the perfect gift for his own mistress—whereupon the  complications burgeon uproariously, with poor Crouch caught in the middle. Suspicious wives, mistaken identities, scantily clad girls clapped hurriedly into closets and a continuous barrage of rapid fire  jokes all become part of the hilarious doings, as the action of the play  bubbles along merrily right up to the final curtain when, miraculously and to the great relief of all concerned, everything somehow manages to work out as it should.