The Palace Theater in Waterbury is inviting a small group of audience members to “The Wedding Binder,” a comedy by Jacques Lamarre and directed by Sasha Brätton on March 25 at 2 p.m.
Presented as a table reading in the venue’s Poli Room at 100 East Main St., Waterbury, the event offers the opportunity to peek behind the curtain, engage with the writer and actors, and see firsthand the process of bringing a play to the stage.
“The Wedding Binder,” press materials from the Palace say, “tells the story of Cherie, the Bride-to-be who has big plans for her wedding. When Cherie’s boyfriend pops the question, she has no doubts that the answer will be ‘YES!’ After all, she’s been planning her dream wedding ever since she unwrapped her Fairytale Dream Wedding Barbie. With a binder stuffed full of ideas for the perfect dress, reception and ceremony, Cherie has her day mapped out. Unfortunately, fate, friends and family have other plans.”
Seats for the table reading are complimentary for Palace donors, subscribers and industry professionals.
Limited seating is reserved for the general public.
Call 203-346-2000 to reserve a seat.
There is a two-seat maximum per reservation.