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The last date listed for Hotel Paradiso was Sunday August 11, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Billed as "Fargo Meets Bridesmaids (without the wood chipper or food poisoning)," Don't Hug Me, We're Married tracks the trap-filled path down the aisle for a couple of couples in Bunyan Bay, Minnesota. Group Rep premieres the fifth in this series of raucous musical comedies by Phil and Paul Olson, which follows their last entry Don't Hug Me, I'm Pregnant. The latest edition boasts a bevy of comical complications, starting with a pair of unconventional proposals and running right up to a rapping minister. More than 15 new tunes are on tap for the premiere, including "The Greatest Love Song Ever," "The Marriage Test," "The Day that Bob Dylan Was Here" and "We're All Gonna Die." Learn More
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"Hotel Paradiso" was a nice experience. The exaggerations (hyperbole) as well as the overall plot was easy to follow for both the audience member who may simply wish to be entertained via an easy-to-comprehend plot ... as well as the audience member who may a bit more of a challenge (ergo WHAT will be the climax?). Nice to see the actors eye contact with the audience. Good casting. I was part of an older audience (I'm guessing that the average age was about 58 years old). No problem. The reason why I mention age is because I thought that, even given the time period of the play, I thought that there would be a couple of scenes that might make the audience members blush ... all in good taste, mind you :-). Switching subjects, the play DID bring back pleasant memories of a world, in fact, that was a bit more naive (something I, as a 40-something year old, would and do, personally miss). Suggestion? Not to contradict myself, but ...Be just a bit provocative (if the script allows for just one scene - of course, in good taste. Looking at this cast - there would be absolutely NO PROBLEM in pulling off the latter)! Fine acting, to be sure! Nice theatre. - I definitely RECOMMEND this play. "What a Night!"
About the Ticket Supplier: Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre
Founded in 1972, the Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre has won almost every drama award imaginable, plus many special awards from the community for its work with young people, seniors and the physically impaired. The company’s play choices are eclectic and offbeat.