July 8, 2014
You have the chance to see an upcoming comedy, and help solve a cutting case.
“Shear Madness” opens tomorrow.
The funny, family-friendly, fast-paced show has run for almost 35 years around the world and is now in Charlottesville.
It's part of the Heritage Theatre Festival's 40th season.
Local and out-of-town actors play witnesses to a murder at a hair salon, and try to figure out who committed the crime.
"It's something that's really special here in Charlottesville,” says Director Bryan Garey. “It's not often that an opportunity comes to produce this play outside of the major cities. And, so, come on out and have a great time."
Wednesday night is sold out, but the show runs for three weeks.
For show times and ticket information, visit the UVa box office web page here.
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