The Gregg County Historical Museum's
218 North Fredonia Street ~ Downtown Longview
7:30 Friday evening May 1 and
7:30 Saturday evening May 2.
Also, a special Matinee Performance at
2:30 Sunday afternoon May 3.
The fun begins when three misplaced Northern Ladies from The Bronx, and one
high- living Trophy-Wife gather together to play Mah Jongg right here in
Longview, Texas. The talk soon turns to men. Thoughts of men soon turn
their heads, which in turn result in considerable twisting turns of events.
Participating in this funny, frantic, fast-paced adventure in immoderate
mayhem are: Shannon Gilliland as Shirley, Dr. Warren Hunt as Dr. John
Euterpe, the kindly ole' Country General Practitioner, Mary Murdoch as
Jeannette, Sandi Sachnowitz as Elize, Phillip P. Smith as The Man, Susan K.
Smith as Barbara, and John Rappazzo as a Person-of-Interest.
Of course there will be clowns.
The best thing to do in these difficult times is to laugh because as
everyone knows, Laughter is the Best Medicine. Laughter is good for the
soul, and he who laughs last laughs best. THE BRIDESMAID may be hysterical
if not historical.
The Bridesmaid is written and directed by Jan Statman. It will be seen at
the Museum's Education Center, 218 North Fredonia Street. Tickets are $10
if purchased in advance and $15 at the door. Seating is limited. Proceeds
from the performances benefit the Gregg County Historical Museum.
Tickets are available at the Gregg County Historical Museum, Shannon's
Beading Basket and Famous Liquor. For further information please contact
the Gregg County Historical Museum at (903)753-5840 or at