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THEATER: Barefoot in the Park

Friday, July 31



No shoes allowed

Why is it that things can be fine and dandy in a relationship, yet deteriorate after marriage? No one really knows the answer to this, but we all like to give our two cents. Davidson Community Players' latest production Barefoot in the Park is about a newly-wed couple who moves into an apartment -- a breath-taking six-flight climb. Basically, what could be looked at as a healthy workout becomes a major pisser-offer. When the hubby refuses to go with his wife on a barefoot walk through the park in the snow (Can you really blame him? One word: frostbite), she tells him to get out of the house. But he's the one making the rent payments, so he'll be doing the kicking out. Ahhh, the trials of love and marriage. One thing's for sure: You can't blame the stairs. $20-$22. July 31-Aug. 1, 8 p.m.; Aug. 2, 2 p.m. Davidson College's Duke Family Performance Hall, 207 Faculty Dr., Davidson. 704-372-1000.


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