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NEW: Moonstruck Theater to Present The Wedding Singer

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

 

The Moonstruck Theater Company will welcome a five-time Tony Award nominated show to Worcester in the coming weeks.

The Wedding Singer, based on the hilarious 1998 comedy starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, will open at the theater August 10th, with seven performances running through the 19th.

The 1980's based comedy revolves around the life of New Jersey's favorite wedding singer, Robbie Hart, whose life takes a turn for the worst after he is left at the altar at his own wedding. Keith Caram of Hudson will play Hart, who meets the ever sweet Julia during one of his performances.

Portrayed by Worcester's Mara Foley, Julia is, unfortunately, already engaged to the pompous Wall Street shark Glen Guglia.The show features catchy 80's tunes and is sure to entertain with its unique brand of comedy.

Tickets are available at the Moonstruck Theater box office, or online here.

 

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