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The Louisiana premiere of Wedding Secrets coming in September

Pierre St-Jean

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NEW ORLEANS, LA - Playmakers Theater of Louisiana presents the premiere of Wedding Secrets from September 11th to September 26th on Friday-Saturday at 7 PM and Sunday at 2 PM.

Wedding secrets is a comedy surrounding wedding preparation promised to be a good time for all. It involves in-laws collision, lounge singers and revolutionaries, drunken debauchery, and many secrets.

It is written and directed by an award-winning playwright Joe Staryk. This play is a finalist for the Neil Simon Best New Play Award 2016, winner of four STAR Awards 2014, winner of Perry Award: Most Outstanding New Production 2014, a finalist for the Reva Shiver Award 2014, and winner of McLaren Comedy Playwriting Award 2012.

You can access tickets for this play soon from their website and box office. Also, if you see their posters on a local business display, you can scan the Quick Response code with a smartphone and purchase the ticket on the spot.

Playmakers is one of the oldest continuously operating community theaters in the United States. It promotes dramatic interests in the Covington Louisiana area and allows everyone to participate in live theater.

Playmakers produces five shows every year with a holiday show and children theater’s camps in summer. A recent addition to Playmakers in 2018 is Readers Theater. It performs one-act plays, staged reading, and other theatrical acts in various venues to reach a larger community.

Playmakers is currently supported by a grant from the Louisiana Office of Cultural Development, St. Tammany Parish, and National Endowment for the Arts, Art Works. You can also support their funding through gofundme or sponsorship packages.

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