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2014-01-30

Does life really get better after 50? 'Big 5-Oh' kicks off new season at Point

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On a week when everything is meant to go right for the birthday boy, George Thomas, played by Eric Reinhart, events spring up to make life seem like it does not get any better after 50.
His life is going the opposite direction of what he had planned, which leads him to learn about the wonders of family and the power of sticking together.
Through all the trials facing George he has to rely on a zany wife, a ne'er do well son and a princess of a daughter to help hold him together. "The Big 5-Oh" is guaranteed to touch all audience members while providing enough laughs to last even the youngest audience members until their own big 50.
This can't-miss-play marks the opening of another magnificent season at Ingram's Point Theatre. Beginning at 7:30 pm, "The Big 5-Oh" will run Friday Feb. 7, through Feb. 22 in the indoor theatre. There will be a 2 pm matinee on Sunday, Feb. 9.
Tickets for this hilarious coming-of-age play are $20 for adults and $12 for children ages 12 years and under, with a special group rate of $12 per adult.
For more information, contact the box office at 830-367-5121.

Pictured: "The Big 5-Oh" opens at the Point Theatre in Ingram on Friday, Feb. 7.