Solstice studio’s performance of The Land Of Xander plays at the Tidemark Theatre on May 27. Photo illustration by Jake Carson and Shae Code.

Campbell River performers bring fantasy to the stage

The Land of Xander is the story of one land shared by two kingdoms.

For thousands of years, the kingdoms have been at war. Now, they are forced to fight together to defeat a hideous creature from another world who is feasting on their turmoil and causing fear across the land.

Empress Zeya of the west and Emperor Timashanko from the east have to work together. Can they put all their differences aside and find away to save their people? Or will they fail and lose everything?

On May 27 at the Tidemark Theatre, Solstice Studio performers take you on a journey of war, despair, laughter, excitement, and peace.

There will be two shows; One from 2-4 p.m. and from at 7-9 p.m. Tickets are $22 for Adults, $18 for students.

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