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Hit Stage Play "Who Killed Uncle Pete?" Headed to Decatur, Georgia
"Who Killed Uncle Pete?" will hit the stage at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Center
The next show is scheduled for Sunday, October 17, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Center, 3181 Rainbow Drive, Decatur, Georgia 30034. The tickets are $20.00 and can be purchased at Berean Christian Bookstore, 441 Cleveland Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia 30303; by placing an order via Pay Pal on the company’s website at www.mississippimagnolia.net;
Sherry states, “It is an honor to have the opportunity to put on this production in my own community. Former DeKalb County CEO, Vernon Jones, had a vision to bring a performing arts center to Decatur. As Mr. Jones stated at the opening of the center, ‘The arts center is a testament of the people in our community coming together with us to better a county that is on the move.’ I concur.”
“Who Killed Uncle Pete?” is not just a stage play - it is a ministry. This play focuses on "life issues" of all races. “This is not a Bible-bashing, male-bashing or female-bashing play.” There are elements of comedy, mystery, encouragement, repentance, hope and happiness. This production has a flare of Mississippi culture, and it will keep you guessing until the very end. With clean, family-fun, "Who Killed Uncle Pete?" has proven to be a big hit sure to have you walking away in laughter.
Synopsis: Who Killed Uncle Pete?: Most families have at least one family member where you dread their appearance at any family gathering because of their rude behavior. In the McCloud Family, that relative is Uncle Pete, who shows up uninvited, insults several family members, and ends up dead. Who actually killed Uncle Pete? Hard to determine when so many people wanted him dead.
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