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The Court Jesters present THE RECEPTION

Media release - The Court Theatre 23 August 2012
For Immediate Release

GOOD RECEPTION GUARANTEED AT COURT JESTERS' SHOW

Audiences are cordially invited to join The Court Jesters in September for THE EARLY EARLY LATE SHOW: THE RECEPTION.

The Jesters will transform The Court Theatre foyer into a wedding reception, where audience suggestions will be married with the Jesters' improvisational skills to create a hilarious night of comedy. Ben Allan, Emma Brittenden, Jeff Clark and Vanessa Wells perform as incompetent wait staff, inebriated family members and the world's worst wedding band.

Director Dan Pengelly says that THE RECEPTION will be "a fun, romantic and playful show" suitable for all ages. "Audience members will be treated as guests at the reception - seated at tables, invited to join in the toasts and maybe even getting a slice of wedding cake."

THE EARLY EARLY LATE SHOW: THE RECEPTION will be performed from 4 - 8 September. "It's a short engagement," says Pengelly, "save the dates!"
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THE EARLY EARLY LATE SHOW: THE RECEPTION
by The Court Jesters. Directed by Dan Pengelly
Cast: Ben Allan, Emma Brittenden, Jeff Clark and Vanessa Wells
Musicians: Michael Bell and Jordan Smith
Performances:
4 - 8 September 2012
Show times: 7:30pm
Venue: The Court Theatre Foyer, Bernard St, Addington
Tickets: All tickets $16 | show and dessert $23
Bookings: 03 963 0870 or wwwcourttheatre.org.nz


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