MACON – Mercer Theatre's first performance of the school year, the hilarious farce “A Flea In Her Ear,” will be presented Sept. 24-Oct. 4 at Tattnall Square Center for the Arts.
General admission tickets are $15, and $10 with a Mercer I.D. Advance purchase is recommended, but tickets will also be available at the door. To purchase tickets visit tickets.mercer.edu. Tattnall Square Center for the Arts is located at 1096 College St. in Macon.
“This production has been called 'the perfect farce' for good reason,” said Scot Mann, director of Mercer Theatre. “'A Flea In Her Ear' involves a large cast with mistaken identities, faithless and faithful spouses, a letter, a hotel, a naughty maid and a few gunshots.”
The Center opened this spring and serves as a community theater and arts venue, as well as home to the University's Theatre Department. What was once a historic church that stood sentry for more than 100 years is now a carefully renovated multi-purpose arts space. Sunday School classrooms have been transformed into state-of-the-art teaching studios, a scene shop with a two-story loft, costume shop and storage and faculty offices. The Center accommodates visual and performing arts, lectures, film screenings and workshops hosted by community arts organizations.
For more information on the Tattnall Square Center for the Arts, please contact Arts Center Coordinator Charise Stephens at (478) 301-2974 or firstname.lastname@example.org.