What the Butler Saw at Kujtim Spahivogli Theatre

'What the Butler Saw' is a farce written by the English playwright Joe Orton. It was premièred at the Queen's Theatre in London on 5 March 1969. It was Orton's final play and the second to be performed after his death, following Funeral Games the year after. The play consists of two acts—though the action is continuous—and revolves around a Dr. Prentice, a psychiatrist attempting to seduce his attractive prospective secretary, Geraldine Barclay. The play opens with the doctor examining Geraldine Barclay in a job interview. As part of the interview, he persuades her to undress. The situation becomes more intense during Dr. Prentice's supposed "interview" with Geraldine Barclay when Mrs Prentice enters. When his wife enters, he attempts to cover up his activity by hiding the girl behind a curtain. His wife, however, is also being seduced and blackmailed by a Nicholas Beckett. She therefore promises Nicholas the post as secretary, which adds further confusion, including Nicholas, Geraldine and a police officer dressing as a member of the opposite sex. This play is considered today as a contemporary play and you shouldn’t miss. Author: Joe Orton Translated by Artur Lena
Director Kiço Londo, Ina Morinaj, Ledian Gjeçi
Scenography by Beqo Nanaj
Costumes by Sofi Kara
Actors: Genci Fuga, Laura Nezha, Gazmand Paja, Mehdi Malkaj, Rozi Kostani, Ilia Kaçi

Date: 11-25 February

Time 19:00

Location: Teatri Eksperimental “Kujtim Spahivogli”, Murat Toptani Street