A magical journey

Attendees review Sooke Harbour Players production of Godspell

Review of latest musical theatre production

 

We are so fortunate in Sooke to have such a diverse range of cultural experiences to enjoy – art, music, theatre. Sometimes if is difficult to decide which competing event to put on your weekend entertainment schedule. My advice – don’t miss Sooke Harbour Players presentation of Godspell this weekend.

Godspell is a universally appealing production of catchy musical tunes, lively and humourous acting, with non-stop  story telling.

Sooke Harbour Players have pulled together a wildly talented cast that literally bounces with enthusiasm and draws you into the production with laughter and tears, singing your way home at the end. The cast bridges the generation gap from grey- haired mature actors to the wide-eyed child – in awe of the dazzle happening around her.

Suitable for all ages, take the kids, your special friend, your parents, your grandparents and share in a truly magical theatre experience right here in your culturally rich community.

Sheila Wallace and Glen Thelin

Sooke

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