A VERY SORDID WEDDING with Special Guests

A VERY SORDID WEDDING with Special Guests

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You're invited to the wedding of the century when A VERY SORDID WEDDING comes to the Clinton Street Theater.

A Very Sordid Wedding is the sequel to cult-classic Sordid Lives from Del Shores.  Marriage equality comes barreling into small Texas town where not everyone is ready to accept it. A dysfunction family, drag queens and a serial killer collide driving toward an explosive night when a memorial service at Bubba's Bar and a bigoted Anti-Equality rally at the Southside Baptist Church both go hilariously off the rails leading to an extremely unconventional wedding.

This Oregon Premiere screening will be hosted by Sordid Lives creator Del Shores and producer Emerson Collins (BRAVO's The People's Couch) with a Q&A following the screening.  VIP tickets include reserved center seating area, first drink free and post-screening meet & greet with Del and Emerson.

$50 VIP tickets include reserved center seating, first drink free (beer, wine & hard cider) and post-screening meet & greet with Del and Emerson.

$20 General Admission tickets include open seating and Q&A after the screening.

Doors will open at 6:30pm.
7pm screening
9PM VIP post-reception meet and greet

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A VERY SORDID WEDDING
Director: 
Del Shores
Country: 
United States
Year: 
2017
Runtime: 
109 minutes

A Very Sordid Wedding deals with the questions, concerns, bigotry and fallout of what happens when marriage equality comes to a small Texas town where not everyone is ready to accept it.  Creator Del Shores’ uses his trademark comedy and the beloved characters from his cult smash hit Sordid Lives and Sordid Lives: The Series to deal with these important current social issues and the very real process of accepting your family for who they are instead of who you want them to be.

It's 2015, seventeen years after family matriarch Peggy tripped over G.W.’s wooden legs in Sordid Lives, and life has moved into the present for the residents of Winters, Texas. In the wake of the Supreme Court decision in favor of marriage equality, the Sordid saga continues.  An anniversary memorial service is being planned in honor of Peggy at the bar while the Southside Baptist Church is planning an "Anti-Equality Rally" to protest the advancement of same-sex marriage.  Both events are to take place on the same night, so the beloved cast of colorful characters are all on a collision course for shenanigans and fireworks at the church and everyone’s favorite bar on the big night.  Along the way a serial killer shows up, a drag queen country medley gets performed and a beauty salon versus the bigots battle turns getting your hair done into the front lines of the equality battle.  Friendships are tested and families are reunited as fear and bigotry are confronted with acceptance and understanding on the way to a surprise wedding with (almost) everyone in attendance.

Special Admission

$50 VIP tickets include reserved center seating, first drink free (beer, wine & hard cider) and post-screening meet & greet with Del and Emerson.

$20 General Admission tickets include open seating and Q&A after the screening.

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE.