Comedy performing August 19 – September 4
Written by Mitch Albom
Produced by Kristy Charnock Directed by Keith Linville

Written by Mitch Albom, the author of “Tuesdays with Morrie” and “The
Five People You Meet in Heaven”, “Duck Hunter Shoots Angel” is a
hilarious comedy about North and South, faith and doubt, regret and
hope. The Early brothers, two inept Alabama duck hunters, accidentally
shoot a creature that they are convinced is an angel. As they hide out
in the swamp worrying about how this incident might affect the
destination of their eternal souls, the tabloids descend on Alabama
bidding for the story — but they’ve got to find the boys first. “The
Weekly World and Globe” dispatches their top reporter, who has a past in
Alabama and isn’t interested in going back, to find the Early brothers
and get the story. To succeed he’ll also have to contend with his
soulless boss, a fussy photographer, a mysterious half-man/half-gator
creature, a sharp-tongued teenager at the Gasmart, and his past. “Duck
Hunter Shoots Angel” is a rare comedy that mixes both wit and a touching
message about redemption.

Show times are Friday and Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 3pm.

ptplayers.com

Click here for more contests.

Enter Contest

Please complete the required fields below.

[required]

[required]

[required]

[required]

[required]

[required]


[required]

[required]

Promotions & Free Stuff

DC Theater Digest

Loose Lips Daily

Young & Hungry Email Edition

DC in 10 Links

Offers from our partners

// Ad size 450×340

pontiflex_ad = {pid: 149, options: {format:”iframe”}};
pontiflex_ad.options.subSourceId = “”;
pontiflex_ad.options.trackingURL = “”;
pontiflex_ad.options.redirectURL = “”;

NOTE: Only one submission per person, please. Multiple entries by the same person will count as one entry. This contest is open to residents of D.C., Virginia, and Maryland. No purchase necessary. Employees of City Paper are not eligible.

No personal info will be shared with any third party without your consent.

Questions? Comments? Send us a message.

jQuery(document).ready(function () {

jQuery(‘#contest’).submit(function () {

var valid = true;

jQuery(‘label.required’).next().each(function () {

if (jQuery(this).val() == ”) {

valid = false;

jQuery(this).parent(‘p’).css(‘color’, ‘red’);

}

});

if (!valid) {

jQuery(‘#error’).show();

return false;

}

});

});

More from WCP