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Harrington Theatre Arts Company production of 'It Shoulda Been You'

Oct. 5-14: HTAC musical comedy

Harrington Theatre Arts Company presents 'It Shoulda Been You'

The Harrington Theatre Arts Company (HTAC) at the University of Delaware will present It Shoulda Been You, beginning at 8 p.m., Friday, Oct. 6, in Bacchus Theatre, on the lower level of the Perkins Student Center.

Additional performances are scheduled at 8 p.m., Oct. 7, 12, 13 and 14, and at 2 p.m., Oct. 8.

It Shoulda Been You is a musical comedy with music by Barbara Anselmi and book and lyrics by Brian Hargrove. The story follows two dysfunctional families, the Steinbergs and the Howards, as Rebecca and Brian journey together toward their life together as husband and wife. Between overbearing Jewish and Catholic mothers and an ex-boyfriend determined to stop the wedding, the road to “I Do” is truly a tumultuous adventure. As plots are hatched and secrets are exposed, it is up to the maid-of-honor and sister of the bride, Jenny, to keep the whole day from unraveling.

Tickets – available for purchase at the door – are $5 for UD students and $7 for nonstudents.

About the Harrington Theatre Arts Company

HTAC provides an extracurricular outlet for students at the University of Delaware and the surrounding area who are interested in any aspect of the theatrical arts. Members can become involved in all areas of theatre, including management, direction, set design, lights and sound operation, backstage roles and performance. Each semester, HTAC presents two productions, one in Pearson Hall Theatre and one in Bacchus Theater. For more information, contact Zackary Langrehr, HTAC’s current president, at htac.theatre@gmail.com.

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