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New Vintage Theatre presents BINGO - July 10-12

Cast of Bingo - Contributed
Cast of Bingo
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Three former best buddies and the two “it” girls dreamed about come together for a memory-filled meeting before their 30th high school reunion.

There are some tensions to be resolved and some romantic flames to be fanned over copious amounts of alcohol and a soundtrack of some great '70s and '80s tunes.

A fun game of ’80’s BINGO and dancing to Stairway To Heaven will be part of every show.

Doors open at 6:45, show at 7:30 p.m., July 10-12 at the Black Box Theatre in Kelowna.

Don’t miss this B.C. premiere by Governor General award winning playwright Daniel MacIvor.

 

Directed by Bonnie Gratz

Starring - Troy Berg, Kim Fournier, Kendra Hesketh, Brad Hull & Colm O'Reilly

Stage Manager-Christine Ann Wallace Daley

Props/Set Decor-Diane Fettig

Set Design-Derek Gratz

 

July 10-12, 2014

Advance Tickets-$20, www.selectyourtickets.com

Door Tickets-$25, Cash Only

The Black Box Theatre (Behind Kelowna Community Theatre)

 

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