40 Weeks: Atlanta Debut of Comedy-Drama About Parenthood
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What do two disgruntled angels, a gay Scrooge and two hilariously outrageous female comedians have in common? They're all part of Mary, Did You Know?, a fun, song-filled gay celebration for the holidays. Filled with holiday tunes that will make both Santa's nice and naughty lists, this show is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit and enjoy plenty of laughs -- and a couple of show-stopping musical numbers -- in the process. Learn More
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Great cast!! interesting story line - excellent message.
Starring: Barbara Cole Uterhardt, Geoff Uterhardt, Suehyla El-Attar, Bryan Brendle & Michelle David
By Michael Henry Harris
A lot can happen during the 40 weeks of pregnancy. Angie is content to support Mark as he pursues his dreams of being a novelist, but when she discovers that she is unexpectedly pregnant, their lives are turned upside down. Issues of love, parenthood, fidelity and unfulfilled dreams arise as old flames are rekindled and new relationships pop up in unexpected places. Michael Henry Harris' debut play is a witty and achingly human tale of a group of urbanites in their 30s, wondering what life will be like when they grow up.
A Co-Production of New York City-based InViolet Rep and OnStage Atlanta.
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