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Sundre theatre group returns to the stage

Three, in-person performances of All Together Now sold out at half capacity
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The three, in-person performances of All Together Now put on by B.S. Productions at the Sundre Arts Centre over the past weekend from Friday to Sunday, were all sold out at half capacity to adhere with public health protocols. Photo courtesy of Jamie Syer

SUNDRE — The three, in-person performances of All Together Now put on by B.S. Productions at the Sundre Arts Centre over the past weekend from Friday to Sunday, were all sold out.

As a result of public health protocols, the event’s organizers capped capacity at 50 per cent, which translated to 90 tickets for each live show. Another 100 people or so watched the livestream of the final show on Sunday.

The production was in large part made possible courtesy of Music Theatre International, which in the spirit of enabling theatre groups of all sizes to return to the stage, offered at no cost a selection of Broadway musicals.

Although the cast and crew is now recharging, their next return to the stage is just a matter of time.

“We generally enjoy a bit of an afterglow for a while before making new plans,” said Jamie Syer, who co-founded the theatre group with Brian Bailey. “But it’s safe to say this wasn’t B.S. Productions’ last project.”



Simon Ducatel

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Simon Ducatel is the editor of the Sundre Round Up and a longtime columnist for other publications of Mountain View Publishing.
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