Alistair Taylor (top)

Compelling comedy paired with delicious desserts

Two workers wrestle with their tools and their moral quandaries while working on their platform in the clouds

Watch the stage come alive Oct. 24-27 with the construction of the Tower of Babel in Rivercity Players’ next production Babel Rap.

Two workers, played  by Alistair Taylor and Bob Brinn, wrestle with their tools and their moral quandaries while working on their platform in the clouds. They start to worry about their reception once the tower reaches closer and closer to the pearly gates.

This one act play is written by Canadian playwright, screenwriter and teacher, John Lazarus and will be Rivercity Players’ entry into the Vancouver Island One Act Pay Festival being held in Parksville Oct. 31 – Nov. 4 (echoplayers.ca).

This show runs Oct. 24-27 at 7:30 p.m. at Rivercity Stage, 1080 Hemlock St. Hurry in to buy tickets at Impressions Custom Framing, CR Laundromat and Comfort Zone Foods. Tickets are $15.

A wide selection of desserts and coffee/tea are included.

Support an evening of fun-filled live theatre at Rivercity Players’ intimate Rivercity Stage. For further information contact Penny Milbrandt at 250-287-9418.

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