Guest Blog: A Lady’s Guide to Style, for A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder

By Andrea Kerbuski of blondebedhead.com

Photos by Katie Winkler

andrea2[Dries Van Noten coat, Pam & Gela sweatshirt c/o Schoola, jeans by Levi’s, boots from Lori’s Shoes, vintage Chanel bag, hat by Free People]

AT WHARTON

I styled a more polished version of this look for a night out at Wharton Center to see my first broadway musical: A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder. It was a lovely date night and I forget what a treasure Wharton Center is – and the type of talent it brings to town.

I love dark humor – which made this musical the perfect introduction for me! This show is about a man who learns he’s an heir to a family fortune and goes on to kill eight of his relatives to become the next Earl, all while juggling a mistress and a fiancé. The eight family members are played by the same actor and his characters–and how he played them, were the best part. And really, to experience that type of production and talent in a person was such a treat.

If you’re interested in a fun night out this week, I highly recommend getting yourself a ticket! The musical is here until Dec. 18.


For more information about Wharton Center and upcoming events, visit whartoncenter.com or call 1-800-WHARTON. Student tickets are $28 to see A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.  Follow us on social media: Facebook (@wharton.center), Twitter (@whartoncenter), and Instagram (@whartoncenter) for the latest news on what’s going on at Wharton Center.

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