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The Odd Couple

by Neil Simon

January 27 - February 19, 2017


One title, a couple of versions.

Two suddenly single pals, diametrically opposites, strain their friendship by turning roommates and unconsciously repeating the same mistakes they made in the marriages they just left. Alternating casts (one starring an odd female couple and one featuring a male couple) present this classic story of two mismatched friends. 

The male version is the basis for the launch of the 1968 movie, The Odd Couple, which became a franchise name on television in the late 60s and 70s. The female version is staged 20 years later in 1985, and follows the same story line as the male version.

Venue: The Garza Main Stage

10760 Grant Road

Houston, Texas 77070

Adults $25, Seniors $22, Student $17 plus ticket processing fees

The Odd Couple is produced by special arrangement with Samuel French.


Production Team

Director - Chris Gibson

Artistic Director - Michael Montgomery

Sound Design - David Dean

Lighting Design - John Wind

Costume Design - Barbara Terry

Stage Manager - Kate Selby





Female Cast

Olive - Nora Hahn

Florence - Rachel Landon

Sylvie - Megan Nix

Mickey - Laura Renfroe

Vera/Cecily - Kiara Steelhammer

Renee/Gwen - Chaney Moore 

Male Cast

Oscar - Mark Mendelsohn

Felix - Patrick Barton

Speed - Sam Martinez

Murray - Ron Putterman

Roy/Jesus - Justin Finch

Vinnie/Manolo - Manuel Abascal


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-One adult or senior to each show version for $37.

-Season Subscribers can buy a  ticket to the alternate version for $15.

Who Should See It?

This show has strong adult language and inferences. Read details here. 

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