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Are you ready for a “Full Buck Moon”?

November 2, 2009

Full Buck Moon

A “full back moon” usually is the full moon in July. According to the Farmers’ Almanac, that’s the month “when the new antlers of buck deer push out of their foreheads in coatings of velvety fur.”

However, another kind of “Full Buck Moon” will shine Nov. 6-7 and Nov. 13-14 as Story Slam presents a play with the same name by Staci Swedeen.

Doors open @ 7 p.m.; Performance @ 8 p.m. Tickets: advance: $10; door: $14

Swedeen offers this synopsis on the comedy:

When Jill hits a deer on her honeymoon, her nightmare begins – especially when the deer turns into a Buck impaled on her windshield. Jill and Richard must deal with the consequences and in the process explore the question – is there anything scarier than getting married?

The cast includes Jon Parker Douglas, Caroline Bower and Philip Sprinkle, who are all making their Story Slam debut.

Douglas and Parker are fresh from their roles in Children’s Theatre’s lauded production of “Beauty and the Beast.” They also played the all-American couple in Actor’s Theatre production of “Evil Dead: The Musical.”

Sprinkle is veteran of the Charlotte theatre scene. He worked with Randell Haynes at Moving Poets, where Sprinkle played key roles in “Salame” and “Dracula.”


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