50 Year Marriage? Send Center Players Your Story and You Could Win 2 Tickets!

Help Center Players celebrate Valentine’s Day and the opening of its romantic musical comedy, “I Do, I Do”!

Have you been married or do you know someone that had been married 50 years or more?  Center Players’ is looking for stories of successful 50-year marriages to celebrate the opening of its new romantic musical comedy, “I Do! I Do!”, running weekends all through February.  This Broadway hit musical follows the lives of Michael and Agnes through 50 years of their marriage.

Tell us about the romance of when and where you met and something interesting about yourselves or the couple you are writing about.  What was special about the marriage and the individuals?  What were the high points and the low points? Why do you think it was so successful and lasted 50 years!  

Make your narrative one to two typed pages at the most and Email to info@centerplayers.org.  The Center Players review panel will select 3 of the stories received by Wednesday January 30th to present gift certificates for two tickets to see "I Do, I Do" at Center Playhouse.  All of the stories submitted through the end of the show will be considered for posting on Center Players’ blog sites for everyone to enjoy!  

“I Do! I Do!” premiers at Center Playhouse, located at 35 South Street in downtown Freehold, February 1st and runs through February 24th, with performances on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 PM and Sundays at 2:00 PM. Tickets are $25 for Adults and $23 for Seniors & Students and include gourmet desserts and refreshments. Group rates for parties of ten or more are available. Seating is extremely limited so call the box office at (732) 462-9093 to reserve your seats or visit us online at www.CenterPlayers.org.

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