'I'm Gonna Marry Vinnie Vincent' Play Is A Hit In Sweden
According to the Swedish newspaper Norrländska Socialdemokraten, a theater play called "I'm Gonna Marry Vinnie Vincent" is playing to full houses in the north of Sweden in a city called Haparanda. The play centers around five 40-something former rocker chicks who reunite in an attempt to recapture the feeling they had during the early '80s when KISS was at the height of its success.
When the play starts, 25 years has passed since the girls last met. Now time has taken its toll and Jessica — whose "first love" was one-time KISS guitarist Vinnie Vincent — is bitterly divorced from her rich ex-husband Per who left her for a younger woman.
Jessica devises a plan to steal her ex-husband's money and go to the USA to meet her teen love Vinnie Vincent.
"I'm gonna marry Vinnie Vincent," Jessica cries and stretches her arms towards the sky.
For more information on the play (in Swedish), visit the Norrländska Socialdemokraten web site.
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