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Serving up a romantic comedy

The cast of My Narrator will serve up an evening of fine comedy and dining March 6-9 at the Willow Point Hall. - Photo submitted
The cast of My Narrator will serve up an evening of fine comedy and dining March 6-9 at the Willow Point Hall.
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Imagine what would happen if that little voice inside your head – the one that tells you how to behave and what choices to make – suddenly took on a life of its own?

Thats the premise of Norm Foster’s My Narrator being produced by Antics Theatre at the Willow Point Hall March 6-9

The actors for My Narrator are Lisa Perrault as Lacy, an artist with very few sales and even fewer dates.

Her Narrator Barb is played by Geri Symington. Barb tries to keep Lacy on the straight and narrow but sometimes Lacy has a mind of her own.

Kevin McHady as Miles, has trouble holding a job and a girlfriend.

After starting his new job as a clothing salesman Miles hopes his luck will change when he gives his first customer a discount on her purchase.

Miles has a Narrator named Bob played by Tim Myerscough. Bob tries desperately to keep Miles from opening his mouth and putting his foot in.

“Smart, fast-paced fun. Foster continues to be regarded as one of the funniest writers of intelligent comedy in Canadian theatre today,” says the Calgary Herald.

Anne Young, Director/Producer of Antics Theatre is confident that My Narrator is a wonderful romantic comedy sure to please the audience.

Tickets for Antics Dinner Theatre at the Willow Point Hall March 6-9 are $38 (hst incl) on sale at the Flower Shop in Willow Point starting Saturday Feb. 16.

Remember, when you purchase your ticket your seat is reserved. If you would like to be added to Antics Theatre’s e-mail list e-mail youngda@shaw.ca.

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