Local flavour in Men are Dogs

The Stage 43 Theatrical Society in the Tri-Cities is offering a show called Men Are Dogs that features Maple Ridge residents ...

The Stage 43 Theatrical Society in the Tri-Cities is offering a show called Men Are Dogs that features Maple Ridge residents Sara Zaitsoff as Loretta and Lorene Stuart as Rose  at the Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam.

Men Are Dogs, a comedy by Joe Simonelli, directed by Richard Wiens runs Oct. 21-24, at the Evergreen Cultural Centre.

It is the first show of Stage 43’s “All you need is … Love?” season.

The audience is invited to sit in on Dr. Cecilia Monahan’s support group for single and divorced women.  She has an ensemble of neurotic patients, and a hapless “volunteer” role-player becomes the innocent victim of their not-inconsiderable wrath.

Theatre patrons should be advised that the show contains some mature subject matter.

Tickets can be purchased by calling the Evergreen Box office at 604-927-6555. The theatre is located at 1205 Pinetree Way in Coquitlam. Tickets are $22 for Adults, and $18 for Students and Seniors. Or get them online at Men are Dogs.

There will be two-for-one specials at the Wednesday, Oct. 21 and Thursday Oct. 22 performances. To take advantage of this deal call the box office and quote discount code “WOOF.”

 

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