Alberni ready for Wee Glee

Alberni Glee-ers are readying to participate in a Christmas Show at the Capitol Theatre on Dec.11.

Joshua Alemany rehearses with other youth for a Capitol Theatre Wee Glee performance at the Capitol Theatre.

Some Glee-ful fun has been going on at the Capitol Theatre over the past few weeks, and all will be revealed in a Christmas show on Sunday, Dec. 11, 7 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre.

The Capitol Glee and Wee Glee Singers choral program is offered by Portal Players Dramatic Society as part of their educational programming, Glee is an opportunity for children and youth to learn and have fun singing, dancing and performing a wide variety of music genres including rock, pop and classics in a theatre/show setting.

The “Wee-Glees”, ranging in age from four to eight years, and the “Glees”, from nine to 16 years,  participate in two semesters per year.   The fall semester is drawing to a close and will culminate with the “Cool Yule” Christmas Show set for Sunday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre.

Tickets are available at the door on show night. Come join the “Glees” as they sing their way into the Christmas season.

The new Glees season begins Jan. 12, 2012.

For more info, please call the Capitol Theatre at 250-723-1195, or Janet Schlackl at 250-724-6008.

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