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Topher Payne brings Designing Women Live to OnStage Atlanta and more this week
Topher Payne and DeWayne Morgan, who work together on Process Theatre’s “Designing Women,” are joining forces for a version of the campy “Auntie Mame.”
Payne stars as the infamous titular character while Morgan plays sidekick Vera Charles. The theatre company had been talking about doing the play for a few years and found a place for it this season, with the two popular openly gay actors in the forefront. The show runs April 14 to May 4 at Onstage Atlanta.
Payne says bringing Mame to life has been enjoyable but trying.
Topher Payne's latest play opens this weekend in Atlanta
Limited seating left so hurry to try to grab one in this popular production
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