Ever feel like you're just cruising through life? Well, leave your troubles at bay and embark on a titanic adventure with The Mask and Wig Club that will have you laughing all through the night. To celebrate their honeymoon, newlyweds Bryan and Kym board the “Seaward Wanderer,” a cruise ship that isn't quite shipshape. The couple’s vacation takes a shocking turn when Bryan discovers that the ship's star performer is none other than his ex-fiancée who mysteriously vanished three years ago. Bryan is forced to decide whether to keep his marriage afloat or to dive back into the troubled waters of his past. Further complications arise when the captain of the ship decides to take his life off cruise control and pursue his dream of becoming a pirate. Will Bryan’s ex mark the spot, or will their resurfaced feelings for one another be all for naut? Anything goes in this comedic adventure, so pack your bags and set sail with Mask and Wig’s 126th Annual Production: “Wishful Sinking.”
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The Mask and Wig Club
The Mask and Wig Club, founded in 1889 by Clayton Fotterall McMichael, is the oldest all-male collegiate musical comedy troupe in the United States. Founded as an alternative to the existing dramatic outlets at the University of Pennsylvania, Mask and Wig presents comedy, music, and dancing to the University of Pennsylvania, to Philadelphia and to audiences across the country.
The Mask and Wig Clubhouse is located at 310 S. Quince Street between 11th and 12th streets and Spruce and Pine streets in Center City Philadelphia. For convenient parking near the clubhouse, Fine Parking Garage is right around the corner located at 316 S. 11th Street.