Kasey Mullins and Jason Ensor star in Cold Feet, playing June 20-22, 27-29 at Tarpon Springs Cultural Center.
TARPON SPRINGS - Cold Feet, a brand new comedy about an age-old problem written and directed by local resident, English playwright Andrew Harrison, comes to Tarpon Springs Cultural Center, June 20-22, 27-29.
Show times are 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday with 2 p.m. matinees on Sunday. Tickets for reserved seating is $16, $14 for members and students. Tarpon Springs Cultural Center is at 101 S. Pinellas Ave. (Alt. 19), Tarpon Springs. For tickets or more information, call 727-942-5605 or visit TarponArts.org.
Tickets to an opening night bash are $10 and includes a wine and dessert reception at the Artiste Faire Gallery, 111 E. Tarpon Avenue at 6:30 p.m. on June 5. The event is hosted by the Chamber of Commerce.
It seems that Catherine has found the man of her dreams but getting down the aisle might prove more difficult. The wedding day has arrived and everything has been planned in meticulous detail. They’ve found the perfect venue, the perfect dress, and all their friends and family are eagerly awaiting the ceremony.
In fact, everything is ready for the big day … except the bride and groom. Both Catherine and Michael are having an attack of the wedding jitters and it’s up to the neurotic maid of honor and the narcissistic best man to get their respective best friends to the altar on time. Will these two incompetent cupids save the day or will the happy couple’s cold feet put the wedding on ice?
The play stars Kasey Mullins, Jason Ensor, Lauren Leech, Andy Harrison, Rick Butcher, Tracie Callahan, Lawrence Weglarz, and Jeannine Hinkel.
About Andrew Harrison
Playwright and director Andrew Harrison began writing and directing short pieces during his tenure at the Act One Drama School in Sheffield, England. He went on to establish the Without a Clue Players there, for whom he wrote and directed his first short play, Rock & Roll.
After several years in London, Harrison found himself in the Cayman Islands working as a journalist but pursuing his love of creative writing and theatre in his spare time. There he wrote two novels and a collection of short stories as well as occasionally appearing on stage. Andy's love of theatre and knowledge of media led to him being appointed to the Cayman Drama Committee for the advancement of live theatre in the islands. After moving to Tarpon Springs he concentrated his attention on writing fiction and began working on another novel before the welcome distraction of returning to the theatre in Dial M for Murder here in January.