Dinner theatre in Rossland this week

Rossland’s local theatre troupe will be having a dinner theatre this weekend.

Rossland’s local theatre troupe will be having a dinner theatre this weekend. Both Saturday and Sunday is the Rossland Light Opera Players annual Dinner Theatre, which this year presents “The Songwriter.”

The play is a musical comedy by Eddie Cope with music and lyrics by Buster Cearly.

It follows “the delightful and raucous tale of an aspiring artist taken in by crooked con men and the allure of fame and fortune in Nashville, the city of music.”

The Nov. 10 and 11 shows are being staged in the Rossland Miners’ Hall, a good selection since Monday is a statutory holiday.

One thing to note is the requirement to buy advanced tickets, as there will be no tickets for purchase at door.

The events are being catered by The Harvest Table and Sweet Dreams Cakery.

Tickets are $35 per person and includes dinner and the show.

Tickets are available at Rossland Hardware in Rossland and Hall’s Printing in Trail.

Doors open 6 p.m. with dinner service starting at 6:30 p.m.

This show is produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois.

For more info contact Janis Anderson at janisanderson@telus.net or visit the Rossland Light Opera Players website at www.rlop.ca


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