From nuns to bridesmaids, "good men" and "sweet transvestites," 30 by Ninety Theatre plans a stellar 10th anniversary season, opening in August.

Organizers promise "a season filled with fan favorites from the past seasons and a new offering: '13 The Musical!'"

The playhouse, located at 880 Lafayette St. in Mandeville, will run the season through June 2024.

Opening the season is "Always a Bridesmaid" on Aug. 12-27. The comedy looks at four friends sworn to be in each other's weddings, but that was 30 years ago. The quartet hangs through life's ups and downs, love and matrimony.

"13 The Musical" takes a look at a teen forced to leave New York City for Indiana when his parents divorce. The coming-of-age story, set for Sept. 8-17, includes romantic intrigue, a bar mitzvah and an epic party.

Just in time for Halloween, Oct. 14-29, the theater presents "The Rocky Horror Show," the live version of the perennial cult classic that features Dr. Frank N. Furter, Brad and Janet, Rocky and Riff Raff.

Get into the holiday spirit Dec. 1-10 with singing and dancing event "A Very Merry Christmas Spectacular," featuring a variety of local talent with a jingle and milk and cookies.

The theater gets back into the habit Jan. 20 to Feb. 4 for the musical comedy "Nunsense," the offbeat show about the Little Sisters of Hoboken who need to raise funds to bury their recently departed fellow sisters who succumbed to tainted vichyssoise.

Aaron Sorkin's story about coverups and court martial comes to life March 9-24 when the theater stages "A Few Good Men."

The wit and wisdom of Oscar Wilde gets stage time April 20 to May 5 when the theater produces "The Importance of Being Earnest." The farce looks at life in Victorian London and the contrivances of society.

Florida is the setting for "The Great American Trailer Park Musical" slated for June 15-30, 2024. Stripper Pippi is on the run and where better than Armadillo Acres to hide out, with hilarious results.

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