Mary's Wedding: Romantic Drama at the Colony Theatre
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The last date listed for Mary's Wedding was Thursday November 20, 2008 / 8:00pm.
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What I Learned in Paris is a new romantic comedy that transports the audience back to 1970s America, weaving a tale of passion and politics in Atlanta. This west coast premiere by Pearl Cleage, best-selling novelist (including an Oprah's Book Club selection) and author of The Nacirema Society, is set in an era when miniskirts and bell-bottoms are on sale for $8.87, Stevie Wonder is on the radio singing "Livin' for the City" -- and change is in the air. Now the Colony Theatre stages this comic portrait of an exhilarating but uncertain time. Learn More
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The presentation turned out to be very interesting. The entire performance was done by two actors, a male and female actress. The various scenes were portrayed by words alone, but the two actors did a very good job of creating very vivid scenes of...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Recalls the grand passion of Catherine and Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights.” —Washington Times
by Stephen Massicotte
An unforgettable love story for the ages
Featuring Ashley Bell & Brett Ryback
Directed by David Rose
This award-winning play follows Mary and Charlie from their unexpected meeting in a barn during a thunderstorm across the prairies of Canada and the battlefields of Europe. Hot new playwright Stephen Massicotte spins a breathtaking saga about young lovers who must surrender their fate to the uncertainties of their tumultuous times. The play is a testament to the power of memory and hope that lingers like a remembered dream.