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Locally produced comedy back on Tarpon stage this weekend

— Fans of the stage will have three more opportunities to take in “Cold Feet,” a locally produced play that debuted to sold-out audiences last weekend.

Written and directed by Tarpon Springs resident Andy Harrison, “Cold Feet” is a comedy featuring a happy couple’s mutual wedding day jitters. It’s final three stagings are scheduled for Friday–Sunday at the Tarpon Springs Cultural Center.

The production is Harrison’s latest theatrical effort and he said last Friday’s opening-night success has the cast and crew excited for this weekend’s wrap-up.

“It went really, really well, actually,” Harrison said of last week’s set of shows. “Obviously with it being a new play you’re never sure who’s going to turn up or if anyone’s going to take a chance, but we sold out on our opening night.

“It’s nice that people have gotten behind the play. I’m proud of the cast; they’ve been fantastic.”

The play stars local actors Kasey Mullins, Jason Ensor, Lauren Leech, Rick Butcher, Tracie Callahan, Lawrence Weglarz and Jeannine Hinkel.

Harrison, an English native, has called Tarpon Springs home for more than four years now. He also plays a role in “Cold Feet” and has acted in other local productions, including January’s stagings of Frederick Knott’s “Dial M for Murder.”

Curtains will open for this weekend’s shows at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday.

Tickets cost $14 for members and students and $16 for non-members. The Tarpon Springs Cultural Center is located at 101 S. Pinellas Ave.

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