A coming and going husband (Un marido de ida y vuelta)

Pepe and Leticia are married. Pepe realizes that his death is near and makes Paco Yepes, a friend of the family, to promise that he will not marry Leticia if she is a widow, since Pepe knows that Leticia finds Paco charming.

The presentiment ends up becoming reality once Pepe is dead: Paco and Leticia marry. Then strange events occur in the house: the light turns on and off, the piano plays by itself and a book of Shakespeare’s sonnets changes places continuously. The ghost of Pepe wanders around the house until it becomes visible to all to try to recover Leticia.


RELEVANT FACTS: This is a fantastic, original and romantic situation comedy in which one of the main characters is a ghost that lives peculiarly with the living. This situation creates multiple comic situations, in which many secondary characters take part: servants, aunts, cousins, friends, work partners…

A coming and going husband inspired Noël Coward to write Blithe Spirit, and David Lean’s film “Blithe Spirit”

Jardiel Poncela is one of the most important authors of the twentieth century despite his short life, winner of the most prestigious decorations for dramaturgy and literature written in Spanish. His works continue today on the most important theaters in Europe and Latin America, his novels continue to be reprinted in many countries and have been taken to cinema with great success.




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