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The Wooden Actors Present... The Marriage

The Wooden Actors Present...

The Marriage

Puppets, Willie Nelson And Anton Chekhov!


The Marriage is an outrageously chaotic puppet comedy about the Brown family who want the best for their daughters’ wedding. They desperately want to be the envy of all their friends and ensure that their new son-in-law, a wealthy Auckland businessman, doesn’t change his mind.

So they invite their idol, country sensation, Willie Nelson to be the guest of honour.

It looks to be the biggest event of the Wellington social calender. Will he show up?

7th Feb - 11th Feb Full Price $16.00
9.30pm Concession $ 14.00
NZ Fringe Addict $ 12.00 facebook.com/thewoodenactors

BATS Theatre, on the corner of Cuba and Dixon Streets
Book online www.bats.co.nz or call (04) 8024175

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