Pictured here is the cast and crew of You Can't Get There From Here. Front

Pictured here is the cast and crew of You Can't Get There From Here. Front

‘You Can’t Get There From Here’ coming soon

The Leduc Drama Society is thrilled to present You Can’t Get There From Here, a hilarious, family-friendly comedy written by Pat Cook.

  • Nov. 10, 2015 2:00 p.m.

Life in a small town is meant to be all about simple pleasures and simple folk. Unless you happen to find yourself in Shadow Falls, where nothing is ever quite what it appears to be and people rarely pass through without stopping by the Mavis Garner Bed and Breakfast for a visit with Liz and Myrtle.

The Leduc Drama Society is thrilled to present You Can’t Get There From Here, a hilarious, family-friendly comedy written by Pat Cook. The club is presenting this year’s fall show as a dinner theatre at the Leduc Legion.

“We are excited to bring dinner theatre back to our Leduc audiences,” said club president Cyndi Wagner. “The last time we did dinner theatre here was Office Hours in 2009 and I think people have missed it. Just talking about the idea in the community over the past few months, we have had a really positive response to the idea.”

The show opens with journalist Arthur Lyman headed to town looking for the scoop that will propel his career to the next level. What he actually runs into is a group of people that will change his life in ways he never expected!

Dinner theatre shows go Friday and Saturday nights, Nov. 13 and 14, at the Leduc Legion. Doors open at 5 p.m. Brunch Show goes Saturday, Nov. 14, doors open at 11 a.m. Get your tickets online at www.ticketpro.ca. Show-only tickets will be available at the door starting at 6:30 for the evening shows, 12:30 for the afternoon show.

 

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