The Gold Fever Follies put on an encore Naughty Knickers Night. The performance featured a improvised version of the regular nightly play

Gold Fever Follies last show doesn’t disappoint

The Gold Fever Follies had their final shows of the season last weekend in Rossland.

The Gold Fever Follies had their final show of the regular season on Saturday. On Sunday they wrapped up the year with a second Naughty Knickers show.

The special show featured a first half where the performers could really show off their talents, in singing, improv, dancing and telling jokes.

The second half was an entertaining improvisation of the regular nightly show where ,just prior to starting, the cast picks the character they’ll play from a hat.

There was a sort of guarantee that since all the parts are fair game – for both men and women – cross-dressing would ensue, and it didn’t disappoint.

The improv aspect kept the audience enthralled as you had to really watch to catch the misdirects on the stage, brought about by cast members not knowing the character they’re playing’s lines or not being able to play the piano though they picked the piano players part.

The show finished with a encore dance number which finished the season off on a high note.

 

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