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Sexy Laundry August 5-29
Sexy Laundry August 5-29(1000 Islands Playhouse)
Published: Mar. 24, 2021 at 1:02 PM EDT|Updated: Jun. 15, 2021 at 5:17 PM EDT
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WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) -

The playhouse across the border has pushed their schedule ahead again, but they still plan on live performances, with the first play opening on August 5. The first show is Sexy Laundry and runs through August 29.

Sexy Laundry Written by Michele Riml. Directed by Krista Jackson.

August 5 – 29 Streamed performances: August 13 at 7:30pm, August 18 at 2pm, August 24 at 7:30pm, August 28 at 2pm Armed with a copy of “Sex for Dummies”, Alice and Henry check themselves into a trendy spa hotel with a mission: to jump-start their 25-year marriage. Can they embrace all the wild suggestions Alice keeps pulling from her handy-dandy marriage-saving manual? Is Henry prepared to see his fifty-plus wife, and mother of his children, dressed in black leather?

Back in ’59 Written by Thom Currie. Directed by Stephanie Graham.

September 9 – October 2 Streamed performances: September 17 at 7:30pm, September 22 at 2pm, September 28 at 7:30pm, October 2 at 2pm Four friends attending their 10-year high school reunion sneak away to an old hangout to reminisce and remember the music of their youth. Join them on this nostalgic trip through the 50s and 60s featuring over 70 hit songs, including Let’s Twist Again, Leader of the Pack, and It’s My Party. This musical mashup features incredible harmonies, clever medleys, and snappy choreography.

Serving Elizabeth

Written by Marcia Johnson. Directed by Leah-Simone Bowen. October 7 – 30 Streamed performances: October 15 at 7:30pm, October 20 at 2pm, October 26 at 7:30pm, October 30 at 2pm Mercy, a Kenyan independence activist, is asked to cook for the visiting princess Elizabeth, who turns out to have a few surprises of her own. Sixty years later, the making of a TV series about the royal family causes more than a few culture clashes for a young Kenyan-Canadian production intern. A fresh, funny, and smart new play about colonialism, monarchy, and who is serving whom.

Miss Caledonia - November 4- 28

It’s 1955, and Peggy Ann Douglas is hitching her wagon to the pageant circuit in the hope it’ll steer her from her farm to the bright lights of a Hollywood movie set. A play packed with baton twirling, big laughs, and some fantastic fiddle playing. This is a play for anyone who knows what it’s like to dream big and hustle to make it happen.

For show dates, tickets and more information, check out their website.

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