There are few things funnier than watching someone dig himself deeper and deeper into trouble with a web of ridiculous lies. You wonder how he’s going to wriggle out of this mess he’s created or whether it’ll all come crashing down on him. Such flamboyant prevarication has been a feature of many comedies over the centuries, but, perhaps obviously, it’s the main subject of “The Liar,” the delightful 17th-century comedy that Center Repertory Company is performing at Walnut Creek’s Lesher Center for the Arts.
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Few others musicals are as well suited to a high school as this one. The story is one of young love in a rural America of a hundred years ago. Naiveté was more common than good sense, pollution was unheard of and there were no movies or television dramas to show youngsters how to behave with one another. Laurey and Curly are played by Holly Staten and Nikita Burshteyn. The opening of the play, “Oh, What a Beautiful Morning,’ sung by Burshteyn, sets the happy tone for what follows. He sings to himself as well as to Laurey’s smiling foster mother, Aunt Eller (Christine Pena).
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