B Street Theatre Extends Run of WRONG FOR EACH OTHER, Now Through 4/20

B Street Theatre Extends Run of WRONG FOR EACH OTHER, Now Through 4/20

The B Street Theatre is pleased to present Wrong For Each Other; the witty and charming love story from Canada's pre-eminent comic playwright, Norm Foster. Wrong For Each Other has now been extended through April 20. The four added performances are: Thurs April 17th at 8; Fri April 18th at 8; Sat April 19th at 5; and Sun April 20th at 2.

Does absence truly make the heart grow fonder? Norm Foster's warm hearted comedy puts this theory to the test. Wrong For Each Other is the story of Rudy and Norah, two people who fell in love, got married and then got divorced. When by chance the two meet again, the couple flashes back through the highs and lows of their relationship. Wrong For Each Other is a hilarious look at how things that begin so right can go so wrong. B Street Theatre has produced several of Norm Foster's plays including Mending Fences, Old Love and The Foursome. Norm Foster is Canada's most prolific and produced playwright.

More about B Street Theatre: B Street Theatre is a non-profit, professional theatre company producing primarily new work for adults, families and children. The two-theatre playhouse on B Street in Midtown Sacramento is home to the Mainstage Series, B3 Series and Family Series, each created to feature intimate, quality theatre for audiences year-round. Recognized as one of Northern California's top professional theatres, B Street Theatre has produced more than 100 new plays, 60 of which are world, national, West Coast or regional premieres.

B Street Theatre was originally founded in 1986 for the purpose of bringing the excitement of live performance to children through the B Street Theatre School Tour. This educational outreach program serves over 200,000 students in Northern California annually.

Other B Street Theatre programs include the B Street Theatre Family Series and Family Series Student Matinees (for school field trips), the B3 Series, B Street Acting Conservatory and Studio for Young People, and the B Street Theatre Internship program for pre-professional/post-college training. B Street Theatre has produced over 250 professional productions since 1986.

More information at www.bstreettheatre.org.The mission of B Street Theatre is to promote education and literacy, social interaction, and cultural enrichment by engaging children and adults in the highest quality theatre arts and playwriting.

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