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‘The House’ at The Ringwald Theatre Through April 22

By |2019-03-13T13:54:04-04:00March 13th, 2019|Entertainment, Features, Theater|

“The House” follows the story of Martyn and Shanny, a couple looking to downsize, who strike a deal with a couple looking for a bigger place to stay, Lindsay and Fischer. Because their home is packed full of things from years of living, they’re given several weeks to finish the job.
“At the celebratory handing-over of the keys, what begins as the celebration of a simple transaction deliciously spirals into a hilarious, irreverent, uncensored free-for-all,” write event organizers.
This play is set to run starting March 29 and will last through April 22. Find out more about this production and its upcoming cast at The theater is located at 22742 Woodward Ave. in Ferndale. Call 248-545-5545 for more information.

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