Lucky Stiff

. March 1, 2015.
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Something funny is going on in New Jersey. Enter the life of a British shoe salesman, who, in order to receive his Uncle’s 6-million dollar estate, must perform some uncomfortable deeds. Come for the catchy tunes, and stay for the hilarious mishaps. This musical comedy will have you cheering on the protagonist, and cringing at the unfortunate situations he finds himself in. Presented by the Ann Arbor Civic Theater.

March 12-15. Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 8pm. Sunday at 2pm.
Arthur Miller Theatre, 1226 Murfin Ave.
734-764-2538. a2ct.org 

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