Event: The Princess and the Pirate Theatre Performance
Where: Sedgewick Hall, Sedgewick, Alberta
When: April 20, 21, 27, 28 and 29 (one time, 2017)
The Flagstaff Players are proud to present The Princess and The Pirate, a close adaptation of The Princess Bride, with some very minor changes. It’s a story of fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, True Love and Miracles. Be sure not to miss it!
The Princess and The Pirate plays at Sedgewick Hall this week (April 20 and 21) and next (on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday). Each day, the door opens at 5:30, the dinner at 6:30 and the curtain at 7:30. Saturday is a Medieval Feast where attendees are encouraged to dress up in costume to match the play.
One of our members, Dan Gillis, will be playing Count Rugen (the six fingered man). He explains, “this has been a blast and I am so glad I got involved. How typical that I was chosen as a villain again. I think that the hero role must be beyond my range”.
If you are in Sedgewick on any of these days, maybe you would like to drop in and support Dan.
Latest update: 2017
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