Venue Details

21 Star Starred
Stone Cottage Theatre
at Addison Conference and Theatre Centre 15650 Addison Road Addison, TX 75001
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8 events
4 reviews
12 stars
Get there early because parking can be a little tricky and be ready to walk a bit to get to the cute Stone Cottage.
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8 events
4 reviews
12 stars
The weather was cool and clear. I wore Jeans are fine but a dress would be good also. Some went all out and wore feather boas and tiaras!.
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Reviews & Ratings

"The Importance of Being Lovely"
9 ratings
3.9 average rating
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38 events
14 reviews
5 stars
18 events
10 reviews
0 stars
attended Jul 21 2012

Hilarious, touching, sexy. This play has all these qualities and more. It was unexpectedly deep from a story perspective. I knew it would be funny, I knew it would be sexy...I had no idea that it would touch my heart the way it did. Be warned,...continued

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6 events
5 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 21 2012

The show was extremely entertaining and had a great story that most people could relate to. The acting was good and the small theater atmosphere was very intimate. I do agree that this show is not for the prudish, as was made evident in the...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“De la Costa imagines timeless stories we all relate to, wraps them in a gay perspective, and entertains audiences, the majority of which are straight. His stories transfer to universal themes. His dialogs are comical and poignant, and the situations he creates between people are relevant and funny. He presents archetypes that play power games with each other and the consequences they experience and the lessons they learn teach us how to live….magnificent.”—Charlie Bowles for John Garcia’s The Column

Description

Directed by Charles Ballinger

Starring Mark-Brian Sonna as Lovely, Richard S. Blake as Randy and Dylan Peck as Casey

_This production features full-frontal nudity, as well as frank talk about gay sex. _