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The Millet & District Recreational & Agricultural Society held their annual Dessert Theatre, with guest performers from the Leduc Drama Society. The audience this year was not only entertained by one performance, but two. The evening started with Gossamer Feast, where Madame came to celebrate her birthday in a fine dining establishment with her three sons. This gives you an experience of unparalleled dining along with heaping portions of comedy, bitter and sweet.

During the intermission, the audience was provided with an elaborate dessert table. With over ten different homemade desserts to choose from, it was hard not to go back for more.

The second performance was about a husband & wife, a mouse, an exterminator, a cat and the misfortune of trying to eliminate a rodent. This was a comedy that shows the ridiculous situation people can get into, and how one little rodent can disrupt your everyday routine.

This was a great way to spend a Saturday night, with family, friends and fun filled good entertainment.

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