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SPECC-tacular brings Broadway hits to Pitt Meadows

Ed Marshall and Ruth Dallas Rich will perform a duet from Les Miserables in Nights on Broadway. The show returns to the stage Sunday, June 29. - Colleen Flanagan/The News
Ed Marshall and Ruth Dallas Rich will perform a duet from Les Miserables in Nights on Broadway. The show returns to the stage Sunday, June 29.
— image credit: Colleen Flanagan/The News

Take a trip down Broadway’s memory lane with SPECC-tacular Productions’ Nights On Broadway.

The musical revue which played at the ACT in Maple Ridge in May returns to the stage for one more performance June 29 in Pitt Meadows.

Directed by Ed Marshall, the show will feature music from Oklahoma, The King and I, Miss Saigon, Joseph and his Techni-Coloured Dream Coat, Phantom of the Opera, Chicago and Les Misérables.

Clearly a bit of a Broadway fanatic, Marshall has seen all seven musicals and directs eight singers and a chorus of six to bring the magic of Broadway to life, complete with costumes and choreography.

The production also features four dancers from Maple Ridge Dance Circle.

Nights on Broadway plays the Wesbrooke,12000 190A St., Pitt Meadows on Sunday, June 29 at 7 p.m. Tickets for $10 available at The Wesbrooke by calling 604-460-7006. Space is limited so get your tickets early.

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