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The Odd Couple

Comedy masters Shane Jacobson and Todd McKenney are the definitive Odd Couple in Neil Simon’s Tony Award-winning comedy of friendship, divorce and misunderstandings.

Ticket Options & Offers for The Odd Couple

Melbourne - Comedy Theatre

Tickets from $69.90*

18 May - 23 June 2024

   

Sydney - Theatre Royal Sydney

Tickets from $69.90*

27 June - 28 July 2024

New Performances Just Added: 24-28 July

*Tickets are subject to availability and must be confirmed with the ticket retailer. Specific price categories may sell out and ticket prices are subject to change at any time. Additional online booking fees may be levied at purchase. 

About The Odd Couples

Comedy masters Shane Jacobson and Todd McKenney are the definitive Odd Couple in Neil Simon’s Tony Award-winning comedy of friendship, divorce and misunderstandings.

It started as a play and Broadway laughed. A movie and a TV series followed and the whole world laughed. Now, laugh all over again with this hilarious new Australian stage production of The Odd Couple

Felix and Oscar, two divorced men, decide to share an apartment. The only problem is they’re as different as chalk and cheese.

Australia’s stage legends Shane Jacobson (Kenny, Hairspray) and Todd McKenney (WICKED, Hairspray, Shrek) will leave you in stitches as Shane plays Oscar the cigar smoking compulsive slob and Todd plays the hyper-allergic pernickety Felix.

Don’t miss the most famous mismatched duo in comedy history. The characteristics that drove each of them to leave their wives soon have them at each other’s throats in this classic comedy.

‘Scarcely a moment that is not hilarious. The New York Times

  • The Odd Couple runs for 2 hours and 30 minutes, including a 20-minute interval.
  • The producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist at any performance. No refunds or exchanges will be offered as a result of an artist’s unavailability to perform at any performance.

Organiser: Multiple

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