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CHATTER: NAGs Players returns to Tranzac on April 26 (May 2018)

May 9th, 2018 · No Comments

There Goes the Bride opens at the Tranzac stage on April 26 and runs until May 5.

Directed by Martin Edmonds, the play follows Timothy Westerbury in 1970s England, an overworked advertising executive whose daughter is about to be married. Laugh along as the family navigates the stress of a wedding and Westerbury’s controversial marketing ideas. There Goes the Bride is written by Ray Cooney and John Chapman, and the show is produced by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc.

Founded in 1976, the NAGs Players is a non-profit community theatre group based in the Annex. Multiple performances are held throughout the year at the Tranzac stage at 292 Brunswick Ave., just south of Bloor Street West.

For tickets and more information about There Goes the Bride, please visit www.nagsplayers.com.

—Billie Wilner/Gleaner News

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