A Perfect Wedding

Cornerstone Theatre

A Perfect Wedding

Perfect Wedding 
by Robin Hawdon

Directed by Michelle Amy

April 12, 13, 14, 2002


Robin Hawdon, wrote PERFECT WEDDING. If DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER tickled your funny bone, PERFECT WEDDING will make you fall off your seat! Bill wakes up in the bridal suite on his wedding morning to find an extremely attractive girl in bed beside him. Before he can get her out, his bride-to-be arrives and, in the ensuing panic, the girl is locked in the bathroom. The best man is persuaded to claim her but he gets her confused with the chambermaid who he introduces to the bride as his date. The crisis escalates to nuclear levels by the time the mother of the bride and the best man’s real date arrive. This rare combination of riotous farce and touching love story has provoked raves of laughter across Europe and America. “The audience is left aching with laughter…a crazy, wonderful evening.” 


Rachel, the bride Colleen Easton
Bill, the groom Don Carter
Tom, the best man Shannon Klatt
Judy, a girl Denise Decelle
Julie, the chambermaid
Debbie Bedecs
Daphne, the bride’s mother Lisa Slykhuis
Toilet brush As itself

Set Construction 
Will Elliott

Lights & Sound
Brienne Maher

Tammy Hauck

Make Up Design
Jacquie Trytten


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