What’s in your paper?

Stages News brings you the stories that mean the most to you and your families this Saturday, Dec. 14 at the Capitol Theatre.

Extra! Extra! Stages News brings you the stories that mean the most to you and your families this Saturday, Dec. 14 at the Capitol Theatre.

In the headlines “Winner of the Vancouver Island Marathon Should be Committed”, “The Port Alberni Lottery Winner Needs a Math Class Refresher” and “A Sneak Peek into the life of the Gingerbread Man After his Story is Over”, audience members will learn  exactly how much you can buy with a lottery win; learn the importance of eating your “Yucky Muck”, and find out why you should be very careful with magic gum drops.

The Works 2013 “In the News” is a script written by Wendy Karpuik and D M Larson where Stages Youth Theatre Program students become the characters in the stories that are reported by Stages News reporters. This family-friendly show is full of humour. Just make sure Grandma doesn’t leave wanting a Fabio tattoo.

The Works “In the News” hits the Capitol Theatre stage on Saturday, Dec. 14 at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. (doors open at 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.).  Admission is $10 at the door only (children 12 and under, accompanied by an adult are free).

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