NATCHITOCHES — Secrets, mistaken identity and flying food ensue in the athletic farce for all ages as the Department of Creative and Performing Arts at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts presents “The Servant of Two Masters.”

Performances are scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 2-4, with a matinee set for 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4. The shows will be held in the Black Box in the Center for Performance and Technology.

Tickets are $7. 

Written in 1746, the play follows the adventures of Truffaldino who, in order to make an extra florin or two, agrees to be the servant of two masters — unbeknownst to either of them. It doesn't help that one is a woman who is disguised as a man to find her fiancé who happens to be the other master.

Cast members include Gracie Messina, a senior from Baton Rouge; Myles Fabre, a junior from Baton Rouge; Charlie Roppolo, a senior from Denham Springs; Hannah Miller, a senior from Baton Rouge.

Caleb Coleman, a sophomore from Geismar, is part of the technical crew.