Comedy With Heart Tells Ghost Story About a Mother's Surprise
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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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Featured review from Laurie D.Red Velvet
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A fantastic cast pulled off a humorous, touching and surprisingly complex story in great style. I enjoyed this show more than I expected to (and also laughed and cried much more than I could have anticipated). Go! Take someone and see this play. You won't be sorry.
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This is a smartly written play with some unexpected twists. Funny yet poignant, it will surprise you at the end. The acting was top notch and the cast had great chemistry. This is a nice theatre, but it's located away from the NoHo Arts area. ...continued
Written by Phil Olson
Directed by Sherry Netherland
Cast: Cyrus Alexander, Trisha Hershberger, Lisa McGee-Mann, Julia Silverman, Patrick Skelton, Chris Winfield, Gina Yates
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.