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Weddings are notorious sources of drama. From the copious amounts of alcohol to the outward professions of love that can wound the feelings of single people, celebrations of marriage have the tendency to be combustible. Playwright Dani Stoller combines all these elements in Accepts with Pleasure, read at Signature Theatre as part of its SigWorks new play series. When a pair of college friends decides to wed, the rest of their group shows up at the wedding and exhibits the worst behavior imaginable: drug binges, hook-ups, and confessions of long-held secrets. Will the power of love win out? Pray to Huey Lewis that that’s the case. Following the reading, Stoller, an actress who’s appeared with companies around town, discusses her writing process and possibly shares her own wedding horror stories that influenced this play. You’ll leave the theater with a list of how not to ruin your friends’ day just in time for wedding season. The reading begins at 7 p.m. at Signature Theatre, 4200 Campbell Ave., Arlington. Free. (703) 820-9771. sigtheatre.org.