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Review by Joanne Ostrow, Denver Post Theatre Critic
Depending how you feel about slapstick, farce, British music hall comedy, cases of mistaken identity and high-speed alliteration, "One Man, Two Guvnors" by Richard Bean may be just your cup of not-so-high tea.
* * ½ Stars | Comedy
Then again, even if you have a great tolerance for silliness, you may balk once you know the show involves a bit of audience participation.
A hit on Broadway (with James Corden in the central role), "Two Guvnors" is based on the 18th-century Italian comedy "The Servant of Two Masters" by Carlo Goldoni, transposed to 1963 Brighton, England, and rife with head-knocking goofiness. The collaboration by Vintage Theatre and Spotlight Theatre is a mostly polished production....