There’s a new theatre or should we say “old” theatre that has been restored to it’s former glory! It’s called the Garden Theatre, and it is located in the heart of downtown Winter Garden. This weekend they are featuring live performances of the musical “I Do, I Do” about the celebration of 50 years of marriage. We have not seen this production before, but the premise sounds intriguing. Here’s what they have to say:
Michael and Agnes have taken that most important step – marriage, and they live happily ever after, right? Well…not exactly. Follow Michael and Agnes through 50 years of laughter, sorrow, hopes and disappointments as they discover what makes a marriage work. An intimate and nostalgic musical by Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones, authors of “The Fantasticks,” I Do, I Do features a charming blend of story songs including favorites such as “Love Isn’t Everything,” “I Love My Wife,” and the heartfelt ballad, “My Cup Runneth Over.” Starring Laura Hodos and David Kelly and directed by Janet Watson (Tom Jones’ wife), you won’t want to miss this intimate musical that explores the eternal truths of the ups and downs of love and marriage. For tickets CLICK HERE!
Also, this weekend, they are offering a matinee showing of the classic Steve Martin movie, Father Of The Bride. Tickets are only $5. Showtime is at 2p.
Have a Blessed Easter celebrating the reason married love works – because He first loved us!