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“Full Buck Moon” to rise again!

November 11, 2009

Some of the city’s most talented actors are on stage Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13-14, at Story Slam for the second week of “Full Buck Moon” by Staci Swedeen.

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

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 theater scene. He worked with Randell Haynes at Moving Poets, where Sprinkle played key roles in “Salame” and “Dracula.”

Swedeen offers this synopsis of her comedic take on being married:

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?

*****PSSSST!!!! Don’t tell anyone but… special discounts will be announced soon via email for MTA members and on Friday on our Facebook fan page (go “fan” us if you haven’t already).*****

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  1. November 14, 2009 1:46 pm

    This show rocked. All three actors know their craft and read with energy, enthusiasm and evoked much more than a sit down read – I feel like I experienced the play. The dialogue is witty, funny and pointed. A grand evening well worth taking in.

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