From left to right, Cookie (Adah Stewart), Ken (Emilio Padillo), Len (Daniel Drake), Glen (Dustin Chom), Ernie (Lamar Toppin) and Clair (Serena Beauchamp. COURTESY PHOTO, K-M

From left to right, Cookie (Adah Stewart), Ken (Emilio Padillo), Len (Daniel Drake), Glen (Dustin Chom), Ernie (Lamar Toppin) and Clair (Serena Beauchamp. COURTESY PHOTO, K-M

Kent-Meridian High presents ‘Rumors’ May 16-19

Play tells story of 10th wedding anniversary party that turns into comedic mess

  • Wednesday, May 16, 2018 9:56am
  • Life

Catch Kent-Meridian High’s production of the Neil Simon comedy “Rumors” Wednesday through Saturday, May 16-19.

The show begins at 7 p.m. each night at the Kent-Meridian Performing Arts Center, 10020 SE 256th St.

The play tells the story of a 10th wedding anniversary party that quickly dissolves into a comedic mess of rumors and wild explanations as a group of well-to-do party goers try to save a celebration that is heading for a ditch. While the play is very funny, it does contain some strong language and is not recommended for young children.

Tickets for this classic American farce are available at the door for $8.

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