Double feature at Kersley hall

Kersley Players are at it again with another raucous comedy from playwright Roy Teed

Mitch Budd and Melanie Drewcock in The Lady in Paisley.

The Kersley Players are at it again, gearing up for their spring production at the Kersley Hall. This year it’s a double bill, two plays and a meal in one evening, what more could you ask for? First there’s a short play by Robert Reda called The Lady in Paisley followed by a long one act by Roy Teed called The Honcho Rubber Hot Pants Murder Girdles.

The Lady in Paisley is a two-hander period piece in the best gangster noir style. Filled with snappy dialogue and period slang it’ll bring back memories of those old gangster movies where private dicks and dames filled the world.

The Honcho Rubber Hot Pants Murder Girdles is a wild concoction of hitmen, murder plots and lingerie. And then more lingerie.

All performances are at the Kersley Hall. April 10, 11, 17 and 18 are dinner theatres and Thursday April 16 is the performance only. Tickets are available at Cariboo Propane and the Kersley General Store.

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