Arts and Entertainment

Catch a play at Kent's ShoWare Center

Changing Generations Productions of Tacoma will debut its play "Till Death Do Us Part" at 7 p.m. July 31 at the ShoWare Center in Kent.

The show features independent performing artists from the Seattle-Tacoma area including the comedy duo Clayton and Earl, Michelle Lang, Jonathan Phillips of the soul band Solstarr, Tiffany Wilson, Jennifer Newberry and newcomer Danielle Embry.

The play unfolds as Kendra plans the final details of her wedding to Malik, a very ambitious journalist who is also the father of her unborn child. The wedding has brought her single, career-driven elder sister Kristin as well as their recently divorced parents Kayla and Rueben back in the same room for the first time since the separation.

The play takes place in Fresh Cup, a small coffee shop owned and operated by Kayla. range of emotions as this family struggles through morals, betrayal, engagement and love.

Tickets are $45 for floor seats, $35 for premium, $27.50 for reserved and $22 for upper seats.

For tickets, go to"> or call 253-856-6999.

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