If you missed Sense and Sensibility the first time around there will be another chance to see this award-winning play before the cast and crew head off to the Mainstage provincial drama festival in Kamloops, July 4.
Sense and Sensibility will be on stage for two more performances at the Studio Theatre at 1 p.m. on June 29, and again on Monday, June 30 starting at 8 p.m.
Sense and Sensibility was the winning entry in the Central Cariboo Zone drama festival held in Williams Lake earlier this spring.
The remount will include changes made in the play at the recommendation of the zone adjudicator Joan MacLean.
“With the amazing work that Joan did with us on the play it has become that much more amazing and we are so looking forward to bringing it to the public,” says director Becky Strickland.
Tickets are by donation and will be available at the door and in advance at The Open Book, Aboutface Photography, and First Edition Books and Toys.