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February 13, 2007

Albany -- Dozens of people stood in line at the Albany Civic Center box office Tuesday morning to get tickets to see Tyler Perry.

Perry will perform his play "what's Done in the dark." The hot actor-producer just signed the papers to bring his show to the Albany Civic Center Monday night, and people lined up to be the first to get them the next morning.

Officials say several hundred tickets were sold in the first two hours of opening. All the seats cost $42.50, but these people say it's worth it to bring entertainment to Albany. Ticket buyer Jaketa Hardnett said " yes, yes, because there is not much to do in Albany, so plays are a part of entertainment, and I enjoy going to plays."

Tyler Perry's play "what's done in the dark" will be performed February 27th at the Civic Center. Officials say tickets for the Steve Harvey Comedy Show March 24 are also good sellers.

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