Children of all ages – and the young at heart – are welcome to attend the 100 Mile House Performing Arts Society’s upcoming production of Cinderella in their favourite fairytale attire.
The local community theatre group’s rowdy and funny pantomime version of the classic fairytale opens at Martin Exeter Hall in 100 Mile House on Dec. 4 at 7 p.m., with six shows in all – 1 p.m. matinees on Dec. 5-6; evening performances at 7 p.m. on Dec. 10-11; and a closing matinee at 1 p.m. on Dec. 12.
The comedic show is geared for all ages with plenty of singing, dancing and jokes.
The cast includes 19 local performers of all ages with past and new-coming Performing Arts Society members; many of them dressed in hilarious costumes.
There will be an opportunity following the show for photos with the cast members.
Leading cast in alphabetical order: Chris Adams, Shelly Carrera, Hilary Gosnell, Don Kinasewich, Shawn Nelson, Karen Smith, Kate Spencer, Eric Storteboom, and Lacey Venner.
There is a chorus of three adults and six young ladies.
Kate Spencer, as Cinderella, and a couple of the children in the chorus are welcome new additions to the 100 Mile House Performing Arts Society.
All tickets are $15 and available at Didi’s Boutique and Donex Pharmacy and Department Store.
For more information, contact Jan Richmond at 250-791-5477 or Kathy Wolczuk at 250-395-8836.