ESCANABA, Mich. (WLUC) - Players de Noc will be opening their regular season this Friday and they will be giving you a chance at a two for one deal.
Two plays in one evening that is.
Jim Powell directs "I don't mind that you're ugly." by Bobby Keniston and Sara La March helms "Love, loss and what I wore." by Delia and Nora Ephron.
One could say that the Player's season opener is all about bringing fresh faces to the organization with two first time directors heading these show and 10 actors appearing on the Bonifas Center stage for the first time.
Jesse Traub is one of those fresh faces and plays Clyde in "I don't mind that you're ugly" and he told us about the two shows.
"The first play 'I don't mind that you're ugly' kind of softens you up and get's you in the mood and gets you laughing and ends in a really sweet way. Then 'Love, loss and what I wore' is just a huge range of emotions. These very personal stories that women tell and sort of tying it to a piece of clothing or a style of dress at a significant point in their life."
The cast and crew of "Love, loss and what I wore" says that what makes it so powerful is how relatable it is for everyone.
Sara La March is the shows director and say that it will speak to everyone.
"There is just so much truth and so much authenticity in this show that there is no way you can walk away from it not feeling something."
The show opens this Friday, October 12th at 8pm with shows on the 13th, 18th, 19th and 20th all at 8pm. There is a 2pm matinee on Sunday, October 14th.
Tickets are currently available at the William Bonifas Fine Arts Center and www.playersdenoc.org.
Tickets will also be available at the box office one hour before show time.