Springdale Players to perform ‘Attack of the Lake People’

Springdale Players are gearing up to delight audiences with another season of great dinner theatre entertainment.

Springdale Players are gearing up to delight audiences with another season of great dinner theatre entertainment.

‘Attack of the Lake People’ is the play of choice this year and stage manager Connie Jensen said the story line promises to keep the audience in stitches.

“It is just funny,” she said. “The best humour comes from a misunderstanding, a mistake that grows.”

Well known Springdale Players Carol Kreutz, Ernie Closs, Christian Lohmann and Elaine Hawkins are returning this year.

New to the cast this year is Roger Giesbrecht, who has watched his daughter, Journey perform on stage as one of the Springdale Players for a few years. This year both father and daughter are part of the cast.

Cal Kitchen is also new to the cast.

The play is directed by Trish Matthews.

Performances, held at Liberty Hall, begin on Feb. 6 and a matinee will be held Feb. 7. Performances will continue every Friday and Saturday throughout February.

Tickets are available at Stationery, Stories and Sounds in Rimbey.

The Springdale Players work closely with Liberty Hall Board and the Springdale Ladies Club who provide the delicious meal which precedes the performances.

She said the cast is dedicated and committed to continually improving their acting skills and providing their audiences with the best possible performances.

“We are all volunteers and while it is a ton of fun, it is a huge commitment,” she said.


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