Love is in the Air in Willow Point

The cast of Antics Dinner Theatre is in rehearsal preparing for their upcoming show, Love is in the Air. This hilarious show is all about love in many situations.

While the plays being performed each night over the three nights at the Willow Point Hall are varied, there is certainly a running theme throughout.

Looking for Love, written by Lynne Macara, will keep you guessing about whether Brian Mason will meet the woman of his dreams with the help of Angela and her matchmaking service.

Ladies of the Night, Ladies at the Beach, and Ladies at the Soccer Game are three scenarios featuring the characters of Sonja and Connie who are looking for men in all different places. Sonja and Connie will have you wondering what they might say next.

Dinner for One is a hilarious and touching play about Miss Sophie and her long time Butler James who is attending to Miss Sophie’s annual Anniversary celebration.

Love is in the Air will be performed in the Willow Point hall three nights only April 28-30.  Doors open at 6:30 and dinner is at 7 p.m.  Tickets are $40 each (tax included) and on sale at Campbell River Florist in Willow Point. Tickets will be on sale Saturday April 16.

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