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Play Delayed

 The QBMS Drama Club was set to present The Pied Piper of Hamelin on June 2 but because of the current labour dispute between unionized teachers and the provincial government, the play is in limbo. - Lissa Alexander Photo
The QBMS Drama Club was set to present The Pied Piper of Hamelin on June 2 but because of the current labour dispute between unionized teachers and the provincial government, the play is in limbo.
— image credit: Lissa Alexander Photo

Director of the play and teacher at the school, Kim Bellwood, said the students have been putting many hours into the play during the last two months, dedicating lunches, after school hours and weekends.

She’s been doing the work on a volunteer basis and said although the play date is now uncertain, the group will continue to rehearse until they can come up with a new date, or possibly a new location. Stay tuned for new ticket information, which Bellwood hopes to have in the near future.

 

 

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