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Perception -The Stage Play
Performing Arts | Film
Date: April 5, 2014

Location: Show map
Joy Performance Center
202 S. Railroad Avenue
Kings Mountain, NC

Contact: Dee Dee Hedgepeth
Phone: 919-672-7315
Email: dhedgepeth@kylekeyepresents.com
Site: www.kylekeyepresents.com

Perception is the love story of Hamilton and Margaret, a newly wed couple who fall deeply in love and share that love with the baby of their dreams. Their dream is shattered when Margaret awakens one morning to find their baby not breathing and herself on the verge of insanity. Hamilton soon finds himself struggling with the desire to want to move on with their lives but has to figure out a way to deal with his wife's instability which leaves him at a crossroads. In addition to dealing with his wife's instability, he now has to deal with a mother in law who is willing to do anything to keep her daughter's marriage together and a best friend who isn't forthcoming about the troubles in his own marriage.

The story of Perception leads you on a dangerous ride that involves love, lust and betrayal. Are you ready to have your Perception changed?




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