Theatre lovers are ready to be wowed by Born Yesterday, described as “a sparkling romantic and political comedy set in 1946, In Washington DC”. Launching February 7th at Oliver’s Venerable Theatre, this is a proud production of non-profit community theatre society, the South Okanagan Amateur Players (SOAP).
Born Yesterday opened on Broadway in 1946, yet almost 75 years later, the social & political commentary are as relevant today as they were on opening day.
Take in one of five performances: Friday & Saturday evenings February 7th-15th, plus a matinee on Sunday, February 9th, provided you are over 13 years old.
For full show details & pre-show dinner specials offered by Pappa’s Firehall Bistro, visit: www.soplayers.ca/born
In Osoyoos tickets are available at Your Dollar Store with More in Osoyoos or call (250-498-1626). Groups of 10 or more can get a discount online or through the box office. Group photos (credit: Jen Jensen)
Standing: Brian Rothwell, Jim Peltier, Tom Szalay, Ritchie Kendrick, Donna Macbeth, Craig
Bjornson, Donna Gordan, Garry Doll
Sitting: Christine Rothwell, Curtis Boomhower, Jenn MacNeil, Nathan Linders