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'Good Ol' Girls' tells the stories of Southern women

Stories of Southern women are told on stage. (Source: TheatreNOW) Stories of Southern women are told on stage. (Source: TheatreNOW)
WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) -

Stories of Southern women told on stage through monologue and song.

Good Ol' Girls is a musical adapted and directed by Paul Ferguson, based on the stories of North Carolina writers Lee Smith & Jill McCorkle with songs by Matraca Berg and Marshall Chapman.

The show runs from May 2 through June 2 at TheatreNow.

For tickets and more, click here.

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