Want to go to a wedding without having to buy the couple a wedding gift? Treasured Time is offering the ultimate in dining and entertainment for their current fundraiser. They proudly announce the comedy production, For Better & For Worse Comedy Wedding, on Saturday, May 21 at the Brownson Country Club, 15 Soundview Ave., in Huntington from 6pm to 9:30pm. Tickets for dinner and the show are $60 per person, $100 per couple or $400 for a table of eight. There is a cash bar available.
For Better & For Worse Comedy Wedding is an interactive dinner theatre presentation. The show is produced by AspenDream Productions of Burlington. For Better & For Worse Comedy Wedding was written, produced, and directed by Executive Director, Janice Luise-Lutkus. Named the longest running dinner theater company in Connecticut, AspenDream Productions™ is now in its nineteenth year. AspenDream Production shows and murder mysteries have appeared in 72 cities throughout New England, performed for over 12,000 guests, and raised half a million dollars for charities.
The wedding is centered on the character of “Uncle Franco”, the head of the mob and his ex-wife Stella. There are fifteen characters that dance, sing, and entertain. All feature professional actors from all over CT. A number of the actors are from the area so don’t be surprised if you recognize a few of the faces. Some of the memorable personalities include Father O’Flasky, Luigi “the Squeegee” Vendetta, Sal Manila, Sophia I’llCastratya, and Mario “One Minute” Mancini. Interactive dinner-theater are shows in which you, the audience, actually play the roles of Uncle Franco’s family or friends.
Wear your favorite mob garb or the craziest wedding attire you can come up with. Bring your camera to take photos of the celebrities, and mobsters. This all inclusive evening of entertainment will be something you and your friends will be talking about for many years to come. For more information visit: www.AspenDreamProductions.com.
All proceeds support Treasured Time, a not-for-profit organization that grants wishes of parents with life-threatening illnesses who want to create lasting memories with their children.
To reserve your tickets, call Jenn at 203-446-1068 or visit www.treasuredtime.org.