Harmony Romances – Side-Splitting Comedy coming to the Brock in Mocksville, This Week and Next!
The church ladies are at again! Harmony Romances is a hilarious comedy with the ladies of Harmony Church planning a wedding, but they share more than table decorations. Join the fun as the Davie County Arts Council’s Brock Players present Harmony Romances at the Brock Performing Arts Center in Mocksville beginning Friday.
Evening performances will be held on April 5th, 6th, 12th, & 13th at 7:30 PM. Matinee performances will be held on April 7th & 14th at 3:00 PM. Tickets for children (18 and under) & seniors are $18. Adult admission is $20. Purchase tickets online at www.daviearts.org or call the box office at 336-751-3000. The Brock is located at 622 North Main St.
The hilarious church ladies, who make up Harmony Church’s funeral committee, are back in this side-splitting sequel to The Ladies of Harmony.
This time, the church ladies are in charge of planning a wedding instead of a funeral. Leah, a fellow church lady, is getting married to Howard, a man she hasn’t seen in years and with whom she has had only an e-mail and telephone relationship. When Howard finally arrives in town, the church ladies discover that the liver spots on his hand form a pentagram, which they suspect could indicate he may be a warlock or a demon. And to make matters worse, the church ladies have to decorate the church in the bride’s chosen color scheme, varicose-vein purple, and bedpan white. On the day of the wedding, Howard, who ate at a Mexican restaurant at the rehearsal dinner the night before, suffers a major spastic colon flare-up and disappears into the church’s bathroom. Now it’s up to the church ladies to find a way to get Howard out of the bathroom before he misses his own wedding!
Come see talented local actors Robin Ball, Shannon Grimes. Dee Matthews, Lana Mitchell, Tom Mitchell, Mike Stegall, Carlton Terry, and Lynn Vogler portray their “character” at Harmony Church. The play is directed by Philip Powell with Lynn Hall serving as assistant director/stage manager.
The Davie County Arts Council
The Davie County Arts Council was established in 1975 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the discovery, appreciation, and enrichment of the arts throughout Davie County. Located on historic Main Street in the town of Mocksville, the Arts Council has been carrying out its mission of “Connecting PEOPLE to the ARTS!” for over 30 years. In addition to community outreach programs and arts education for children, the Arts Council schedules and presents art events and performances at the Brock Performing Arts Center