Crime family goes through issues in Murder Over A Love Song

New play kicks off with dinner theatre in Malakwa, followed by performances at the Red Barn.

Bugsy and Mugsy (Russell and Kris Nickerson)


Bugsy and Mugsy (Russell and Kris Nickerson), Mimi da Moll (Maureen Barrat), da Kid (Jacqueline Michie) and Hey Boss (Gord Hynek) are a crime family going through issues of theft and betrayal in the Monashee Mountain Arts Society-sponsored production of “Murder Over A Love Song.” Written and directed by Russell Nickerson, the show runs as a dinner theatre at the Malakwa Community Centre on June 16, 6:30 p.m. Tickets $15. Call 250-836-4700 for details. Two more shows follow at the Red Barn in Sicamous, June 21 to 23 at 7:30 p.m. (show starts at 8), and on June 24 at 1:30 p.m. (show starts at 2). Tickets $10, $7 for seniors/students, available at TRU Hardware. Call 250-836-2528 for info. Photo submitted



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