Actors wanted

Actors are still needed for a one-act play called Mudflaps, which will be performed at Char’s Landing on May 18

Actors are still needed for a one-act play called Mudflaps, which will be performed at Char’s Landing on May 18 as part of Social Justice and the Arts Day.

Mudflaps was written by Gwynne Hunt, who owns Main Artery on Argyle Street, for the 2001 Fraser Valley Fringe Theatre Festival.  Adapted to an art film in June of 2005 for Film Fest Fringe 2005,the film was also part of a Los Angeles Film Festival in 2006.

Hunt’s play combines the stories of several women woven together by a character named Icon, who is the social conscience of the piece.

Rehearsals start Sunday April 7. Please contact the Penny-a-Line Players by phone at 250-723-7883 or e-mail gwynne1@telus.net for an audition for Mudflaps.

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