North Wayne resident and former Radnor High School teacher Larry McKenna is offering discounted tickets to Radnor Township residents for his new comedy, Strictly Platonic, which runs from February 7 to March 3 at Hedgerow Theatre in Media.
There will be a special "Radnor" show on Saturday, Feb. 23 at 7:30 p.m. where tickets will be reduced from $32 to $18 for Radnor residents with the use of the special discount code "Strictly90" (good for that night only). The performance on Friday, Feb. 22 is discounted for North Wayne residents.
Strictly Platonic is described as: A thirtysomething ex-jock, a typical male chauvinist, is blindsided by love and forced to reevaluate his idea of the perfect woman in this new comedy about relationships. It’s a world premiere, written by local actor/playwright Larry McKenna (Burt & Me). After seeing a staged reading, a Stage Magazine critic described it as the “funniest thing I’ve heard in a long time,” filled with “brilliant concept humor,” “gallant word play and one-line poppers.”
McKena taught for years in the Radnor Township School District.
He also has created the New Voices Cabaret, which runs the first and third Tuesdays of every month at the Society Hill Playhouse. It is a showcase for performers from Philadelphia and New York.
You can also learn more about this cabaret by going to this link: www.LarryMcKenna.com/cabarets. If you scroll down and click on the performers' names, you can see a video from their performance.