The mayhem begins when the bride doubts the groom’s love, the in-laws are decorating the church with Christmas garlands, the reverend arrives late with notes for a funeral service, and the groom ends up spending the night before the wedding in his best man’s lizard trap.
The morning of the wedding is a coordinator’s nightmare. It starts with a skittish bride who thinks she’s promised her love to the wrong man (her mama told her to marry “Mr. Right”), a lost groom and ungracious relatives who refuse to cooperate with fancy city ladies.
Virgil’s Wedding is part of a series of comedic plays about Virgil Sludge and the town of Lickskillet by Eddie McPherson. This delightful comedy is the latest theatrical production from the FEFC Youth Theatre Ensemble, presenting its sixth full-length play on the Tybee Post Theater stage.
Three performances: Fri. March 13, 7 pm; Sat. March 14, 3 and 7 pm. Tickets $15 adults; $7 students.