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Comedy stage play opens in Lufkin Saturday

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LUFKIN, TX - Deva Mack is The Female Tyler Perry delivering a high impact comedy stage plays worldwide.

Deva Mack will be debuting her hit comedy stage play in Lufkin, TX this Saturday, August 8, 2015 at 7 p.m. at The Pines Theater.

"Don't Nothing Get Old But Brown Shoes and Yo Mama" is hilarious the comedy is non stop one punch line after another. Comedian and Playwright Deva Mack plays the young at heart 90-year-old mother who is living with Alzheimer's. She has three sons from the ages 65 to 70 years old but her two youngest sons move back home to care for her during her time of need. Their biggest challenge is keeping up with her while still trying to maintain their bachelor life style. She tends to keep them on their toes. As some things stay the same the more things change.

This play will keep you laughing while delivering an undeniable message. Deva Mack is a prolific writer who out did herself with this one. It's comedy at its best right down to the curtain close. 

Ticket prices range from $25 to $45.

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