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Sunday, March 07, 2004

Let's Get Married

I filmed this play today and enjoyed it.
Hey, Let's Get Married: How Timmy and Teddy Celebrate Their Twentieth Anniversary. At the Leland Theater of the Boston Center for the Arts, 537 Tremont Street, Boston. March 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12 and 13. Showtimes are @ 8:00, Saturday matinees at @ 2:00, Sunday matinee at 3:00, Sunday evening show @ 7:00. Tickets $10, $7 for groups of 10 or more. Ticket Info: 617-426-ARTS (Box Office)

It’s Theodore and Timothy’s 20th anniversary, and finally they have the chance to get married for real. In monologue, song and sketch, each reflects on how they met, the eccentricies they’ve learned to live with, and the baggage of their past--while anticipating their future as a married couple, or as one prohibited from marrying. Part love story, part social satire, "Let's Get Married" is populated by a zany ensemble of political and religious figures and family members.
It had drama, current events, music, singing, and humor.

A talented cast was called upon to play many roles on the topic of gay marriage.

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