For Immediate Release:  October 18, 2022

 Nassau Community College Theater Department Presents Feydeau’s
A Flea in Her Ear

A Flea in Her Ear

A Flea in Her Ear is a timeless comedy in a time where we desperately need to laugh.  We are thrilled to celebrate this hilarious classic with our audiences!” said Director and Nassau Community College Professor Michael Mullen

WHO: Nassau Community College’s Theater Department Presents A Flea in Her Ear by Feydeau Translated by David Ives at NCC’s Mainstage Theater from October 20th through the 30th. Performances include students from all over Long Island including Babylon, Bethpage, Elmont, Floral Park, Freeport, Hewlett, Island Park, Malverne, Massapequa, Mineola, Rockville Centre, and West Hempstead.

WHAT: Set in Paris in 1900, the play tells the story of life insurance executive Victor Chandebise, who becomes the subject of an elaborate ruse concocted by his wife, Raymonde. She suspects that her husband’s sudden lack of passion in the bedroom signifies that he is cheating on her. Together with the help of her best friend, Lucienne, Raymonde writes Victor an anonymous letter, requesting a meeting at the dubious Frisky Puss Hotel. As is the case with stories of mistaken identity, hilarity ensues as Raymonde, Victor, Lucienne and a host of other characters gather at the establishment, everybody wondering what on earth is going on.

Thursday, October 20 - Sunday, October 23
Wednesday, October 26 – Sunday, October 30
All shows 7:30 pm, Sunday matinee 2:00 pm
General Admission Tickets: $10.00.
NCC Students: Free with Valid ID
Discount Tickets: $8.00 - Veterans, Alumni, NCC Employees, Seniors 60+, and non-NCC students.
Online Streaming Pass: 10/29/22 performance: $10.00

Tickets are available at

WHERE: SUNY Nassau Community College
Mainstage Theater Building W
Garden City, NY 11530                    

About Nassau Community College

Nassau Community College, a campus of the State University of New York, provides a comprehensive public college experience designed to transform lives through higher education. Serving 14,000 full-time, part-time and continuing education students, NCC offers more than 80 programs that lead to the associate’s degree or certificate. Through on-campus and online offerings, the College educates local and international students, and boasts 168,000 alumni. Situated on 225 acres in Garden City, Long Island, the college grounds reside in historic Nassau County, one of the most desirable locations to live in the United States and an epicenter for business and careers. Since 1959, NCC has earned a nationwide reputation for academic excellence, affordability, and ease of transferability to four-year schools. 

Lindsey Angioletti, Nassau Community College

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