Clarence Brown brings 'Wedding Party' to lab theater

Clarissa Dufrense strikes a pose as the Ostrich in the production of The Wedding Party on the Eiffel Tower. (Photo by  David Senn)

Clarissa Dufrense strikes a pose as the Ostrich in the production of The Wedding Party on the Eiffel Tower. (Photo by David Senn)

Clarissa Dufrense strikes a pose as the Ostrich in the production of The Wedding Party on the Eiffel Tower. (Photo by  David Senn)

Clarissa Dufrense strikes a pose as the Ostrich in the production of The Wedding Party on the Eiffel Tower. (Photo by David Senn)

“The Wedding Party on the Eiffel Tower,” a comedy by French playwright Jean Cocteau, plays Feb. 11-14 at the lab theater at the University of Tennessee’s Clarence Brown Theatre.

Shows are 8 p.m. Feb. 11-13; 1:30 p.m. Feb. 13-14. Admission is free.

The one act play centers on a wedding reception in which everything that can go wrong does. All the dialogue is the play is spoken by two narrators; the actors pantomime their performances.

“The Wedding Party” is an independent student production at the theater.

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