Photo Flash: MARY'S WEDDING Opens this Friday at The Armory

Mary's Wedding, Stephen Massicotte's dream-centered love story set during World War One, opens in The Armory's Ellyn Bye Studio on April 21, with preview performances beginning April 15 and regular performances running through May 28. Brandon Woolley will direct this tender story, starring Lexi Lapp and Alex J. Gould in their company debuts. Lapp will play Mary, the English dreamer we meet on the eve of her wedding day, and "Flowers," a commanding officer in WWI. Gould will play Charlie, the Canadian farm boy turned soldier.

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"In Mary's Wedding," said director Brandon Woolley, "all we really know for sure is that we are entering the subconscious of a young woman who is trying to remember, reimagine and revisit a relationship with her beloved as she prepares for her wedding day. Ultimately, I hope her dream will take audiences on a journey that is enlightening, cathartic and whimsical."


Regular tickets start at $25. Tickets may be purchased at www.pcs.org, 503.445.3700, or in-person from the box office (128 NW Eleventh Avenue, Portland, OR). Rush tickets are $20. Students and patrons who are 30 or younger can purchase $30 tickets for all dates/times. $5 tickets are available for Oregon Trail Card holders through the Arts for All program. Showtimes are Tuesday through Sunday evenings at 7:30 p.m. (excluding April 30; May 6, 14, 16, 23, 28); Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. (excluding April 15, 16, 22; May 6, 20) and Thursday matinees at noon (excluding April 20, 25). Recommended for ages 12 and up. Contains mature language and battle sound effects; an actor will use one tobacco-free herbal cigarette.

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