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CANCELLED – Guess Who Showed Up at Dinner?Starting from $50.50
This show has been cancelled. If you have purchased tickets for this show we are issuing refunds. If you paid for your tickets with a credit card, your refund will be done automatically. We will refund the price of the ticket with the convenience fees. If you purchased your tickets with cash, please stop by the Box Office (Mon – Fri, 12pm – 5pm) with your tickets to receive your refund.
Guess Who Showed Up At Dinner is the wildly funny stage play produced, written, and directed by award-winning playwright and director Mark E. Swinton. This production is the hilarious tale of Sugarbread Robinson, a quirky musician who decides to journey to his roots in the Deep South to find inspiration for his new music project. He finds more than inspiration!
With his best friend Ronald alongside, Sugarbread journeys on a long road trip cross-country from Los Angeles to the backwoods of a small South Carolina town – Moncks Corner! Sugarbread’s grandparents and extended family have lived in Moncks Corner all their lives. With a little more than a dream and a prayer, the two misfits hope that some time away spent with family may allow their muse to appear, helping them to realize their dreams of stardom.
Unknowingly, Sugarbread’s visit to the small country town ignites an incredible firestorm that he and Ronald will have a difficult time containing. Don’t miss the astonishing tale about being young, having a dream, finding true love, and at all times balancing the joys and pains of living with family. With exciting new musical scores, and a barrel of laughs, Guess Who Showed Up At Dinner promises to be an evening that you will cherish forever.
Guess Who Showed Up At Dinner stars Cassi Davis, Palmer Williams Jr., Tony Hightower, and Chandra Currelley.
*Any ticket purchase made on the internet or by phone will be refunded, if a show is cancelled, less the non-refundable convenience fees.
Convenient event parking is available at the public garage on the corner of Main and Colfax and at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel/1st Source Bank Complex. Parking is also available on the streets within walking distance of the Morris and also at the Leighton Center on Washington Street between Main and Michigan Streets. PLEASE NOTE: The surface parking lots immediately to the north of the Morris Performing Arts Center are private lots. No public parking is permitted in the Hoffman or LaSalle Building lots. Vehicles risk being towed.