Join Bard to Broadway, open house this Sunday

B2B is having an open house this Sunday November 17, where the group will announce its 2014 season shows, and is looking for volunteers

B2B co-founder of the theatre society Gary Brown said the group had a very successful season this year and they are looking to get some more people involved with the three upcoming productions.

“We want to get as many people involved as we can and mentor them and say, these are the areas we need help, are you interested in set or scene painting or sewing costumes?”

Other areas include props, costumes, hair and make-up, lighting, sound, and administration. Brown said it’s exciting stuff to get involved in and at the end of a show the whole team is proud of their accomplishment.

All ages are welcome at the open house which takes place Sunday, November 17 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Rotary House in Qualicum Beach, located at 211 Fern Rd. West.

This is B2B’s 15 anniversary season. For more information contact Eileen Butts at 250-248-3782 or email ebutts@shaw.ca.

 

Visit B2B’s website at www.b2btheatre.com.

 

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