Love, marriage, and Beth at Bunbury Theatre [Theater]

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A long marriage gets seriously tested in the comedy Til Beth Do Us Part, which will open tonight at Bunbury Theatre.

All performances will take place in the 3rd floor of the Henry Clay Building, located at 604 South Third Street in downtown Louisville. Performances will take place from now until Oct. 24. Shows on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday will occur at 7:30 p.m. while shows on Sundays will occur at 2 p.m.

Tickets for Til Beth Do Us Part are $21 general admission, $18 for seniors 65 years and older, $16 for students (who must show ID), and $10 for children 12 years and under. Tickets can be purchased through the Bunbury Theatre website.

Til Beth Do Us Part features Suzannah and Gibby Hayden (Amy Cotterill and Dale Strange, respectively), who have been married for 27 years. As Gibby starts to put the relationship on the back burner, another woman, Beth (Cathy Butler-Weathersby), comes into the fray as Suzannah's assistant. What follows in this family-friendly comedy is a test of marriage and Beth's attempt to take Suzannah's job.

Other cast members in Til Beth Do Us Part include Diane Stretz-Thurmond as Margo, John Campbell Finnegan as Hank, and Carol Williams as Celia Carmichael. Juergen K. Tossmann directed the production.

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(Image from Bunbury Theatre)