Witches not to be missed

Rivers’ Edge Theatre Society will serve up a confection of comedy along with surprising truths about the nature of relationships.

Diane Korol

by Ted Invictus

Rivers’ Edge Theatre Society is deep into rehearsals for its latest offering to a stage near you.

With The Kitchen Witches, an award-winning play by Canadian playwright Caroline Smith, Rivers’ Edge Theatre Society will serve up a confection of comedy along with surprising truths about the nature of relationships between women, between best friends, and between worst enemies.

When two arch-rival cooking show hosts are thrown together by an accident of circumstance, their shared secrets fuel their animosity for one another and results in duelling divas serving up laughter laden insights. ‘Tis a show not to be missed!

The play will be performed as dinner theatre at the Christina Living Arts Centre May 27, 29 and 30 (dinner provided by Lisa’s Bistro) and then the play moves to the GEM Theatre in Grand Forks June 4, 5 and 6 and then on to the McArthur Centre in Greenwood June 13 and 14.

Advance tickets are a must for dinner theatre at the Living Arts Centre due to limited seating. Advance tickets may be purchased at: Christina Lake Welcome Centre, gallery 2 and Pharmasave in Grand Forks, and Race Trac Gas in Greenwood.

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