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PlayMakers | “She Loves Me”

Tue–Sat at 7:30pm; Sun at 2:00pm; plus second Sat at 2:00pm.

A HOLIDAY MUSICAL THAT GOES STRAIGHT TO THE HEART

In this romantic musical comedy of mistaken identity, there is no love lost between Amalia and Georg, two perfume clerks who can’t seem to find common ground. Then Georg realizes they’ve been one another’s anonymous pen pals, kicking off a new quest to win her heart. This euphoric comedy with a soaring musical score, puts the working class front and center—allowing their lives to be the focus—with all the joy (and anxiety!) that falling in love can bring.

“Pure delight! The most romantic of all Broadway musicals.”
–The Wall Street Journal

“Absolutely flawless!”
–Variety

UNC Students just $10!  UNC Faculty/Staff 10% Off.

Regular tickets start at just $15. Purchase online or call 919.962.7529.

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