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Anything Goes starts tonight

Students are performing Anything Goes

Anything goes for these theatre students.

The production is of the 1934 musical Anything Goes is being performed by the students of the Okanagan Mission Secondary Triple Threat Theatre Company- a company made up of students ranging from Grades 7 to 12, but working as young professionals for the company. The production is on the full-scale, revised Broadway version (as it had been changed in 2011, starring Sutton Foster) and is directed by the OKM drama teacher, Ryan Grenier, and is choreographed by a number of the talented students in the company.

Anything Goes runs from Feb. 15 to 19 and 22 to 24. The musical is a full-scale performance, as the program is well-known and very esteemed. This is a yearly event, and in the past has been extremely well-received by the community.

The performance is held at the OKM theatre.

Tickets are available via school cash online (sd23) or by phone 250-870-5108 ext. theatre.

Follow on Instagram for more: @okm_theatre

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