Summer Comedy with 'Pay-What-You-Can' Tickets at The Bard's Town Theatre
Perfect for some June entertainment and escape from the routine is The Bard's Town Theatre's production of the 2014 Bard Award winner, and finalist for the 2013 Reva Shiner Comedy Award. The play by Lindsay Price is a two-character comedy promising laughter and an enjoyable evening of theatre by very talented Louisvillians. (Note: Tickets are a special offer.)
You'll meet Stan that appears to be a nerdy neat bald man in a bow tie. Claudie appears to be a pink-haired irresponsible hippy slob. Stan thinks Claudie has broken into his girlfirend Beth's home and trashed the place. Claudie thinks Stan is the intruder in her sister's home. Both Stan and Claudie are telling the truth. So why are they at Beth's house? Cue the doorbell, which delivers a courier envelope addressed to both Stan and Claudie. The envelope contains an index card with two words on it: I KNOW. From there, secrets and stereotypes get brought to the surface in this delightful comedy.
Where: The Bard's Town, 1801 Bardstown Road in the Highlands (Corner of Speed and Bardstown Rd.)
When: June 19th - 22nd at 7:30 p.m., June 26th - 29th at 7:30 p.m.
Cost: Pay-What-You-Can ($5 to $20 recommended, but no one will be turned away)
Reservations: Advance ticketing online: http://thebardstown.com
As you may know The Bard's Town is a wonderfully unique place for theater, entertainment and food and drink. For the unfamiliar, here is an overview.
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