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Anne Laughlin and Ted Price are mounting a fourth Miracle Theatre production.
The theatre production is for the people of Prince George and the region. All proceeds will be donated to the Prince George Community Foundation to establish the “Children of Prince George Fund” which will be held in perpetuity. The investment income from these funds will be dispersed annually to Prince George Charities that help the development of our children.
The production will raise funds through:
Laughlin and Price have obtained the rights to Halfway There by Norm Foster, Canada’s most produced playwright.
The play will be Produced by Anne Laughlin, Directed and Designed by Ted Price. In addition, a large group of supporters contributes to each production in such areas as carpentry, costumes, painting, promotion, lighting, sound, and front of house.
This production, with actors recruited nationally, is being cast and contracted with the co-operation of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association.
February 28 to March 20, every night except Mondays, plus Sunday matinees, at ArtSpace -above Books and Company. Owen Lubbers, the owner of Books and Company, has donated ArtSpace.
The venue will again be converted for theatre with the installation of a thrust stage, set, and stepped seating, so each row of seats is on a separate tier, providing an unobstructed view of performers and the set.
Tickets: $33 - available at Books and Company – in person or by phone: 250-563-6637
This fundraiser is inspired by the success of Miracle Theatre’s last three productions:
For businesses, a diverse Sponsorship Program is available with a variety of benefits, including corporate recognition and advertising opportunities. (Call: 250-562-7772)
There is a campaign for private individuals or families to act as patrons to the project. (Call: 250-563-6937)