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One Stage Revolution Performance This Weekend

One Stage Revolution is the newest theatre company at Penn State and is proud to present its first full-length production, “A Perfect Wedding.”

The show will run Friday, Dec. 3- Sunday, Dec. 5. in the Forum Building on campus. Tickets are $3.00 for students, $3.50 for faculty and staff, and $4.00 for general admission.

“Our mission is always to produce a show that is socially relevant as well as entertaining and I think we succeeded with A Perfect Wedding,” said Kate Caverno, co-founder and vice president of OSR.

A Perfect Wedding is a take-off from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream in which a groom on the brink of his wedding dashes off into the forest, followed by the bride and the wedding party. Once in the woods, author Charles L. Mee exploits the chance to deepen his play from what began as a satirical exploration of the convention of marriage to the rituals with which we cope with death and separation.

“It’s impossible to watch the show without laughing, but even more than that, it’s impossible to leave the show without recognizing the social disparities that exist in our society, and the need for love and acceptance,” Caverno said.

This show is for mature audiences, not recommended for persons under 18. Sounds spicy!

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