Kaatza Players looking forward to next year

Ten-year-old Isabella Atchison will play the spunky and optimistic Annie.

After the success of Wizard of Oz last year, the Kaatza Lakeside Players thought long and hard about what we could do next to bring some joy and excitement back to Centennial Hall. So it is with great pleasure, we are thrilled to announce that our next play will be opening in the Spring of 2016. It’s official, this April mark off your calendars and get ready to see everyone’s favourite orphan: Annie!

Ten-year-old Isabella Atchison will play the spunky and optimistic Annie. For the cast of 35 adults and children ages six and up, rehearsals start Jan. 5. If you have always wanted to take part in the magic behind the scenes, volunteers for backstage, set design and tech are still needed.

Please contact Director Dena McPhee (250-749-3025) for more information. Also a big thank you to Denise Allan; this month the Bottle Depot is taking all donations on behalf of the Kaatza Lakeside Players Society.

 

Happy Holidays!

Brandon DePol

President KLPS

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