Biting and touching: two of our favorite verbs!
But they’re about to become our favorite adjectives, too, as they’re being used to describe the comedy, Harbor, which closes out the season for Uptown Players.
The story focuses on Kevin, a gay man whose world is shaken in a manner only previously measurable by the Richter scale.When his irresponsible sister, Donna, shows up to the house he shares with his husband, she comes bearing plenty of problems—her teenage daughter among the biggest. Putting every relationship to the test, Donna’s arrival brings with it a close examination of what it means to be part of a family, born into one or otherwise.
The play comes from Chad Beguelin, a four-time Tony nominee whose work may be best known for the stage productions of Disney’s Aladdin and The Wedding Singer. He was also the lyricist for the Broadway musical Elf, so this guy knows how to string together words to make really funny sentences.
Filled with all sort of verbs and adjectives.
October 9 – 25, 2015
Directed by Coy Covington
Starring Kevin Moore, Chad Peterson, Cara Serber, and Kennedy Waterman
Tickets $25 – $40
Kalita Humphreys Theater
3636 Turtle Creek Boulevard, Dallas