Musical delight: Smudge (Cristian Jonsson), Sparky (Keenan Nooskey), Jinx (Levi Derowin) and Frankie (Douglas Graham) were the stars of Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society’s latest production - the musical Forever Plaid - at the Ponoka United Church Nov. 23. The music, comedy and death-defying story had the crowd applauding as well as in stitches. Performances continue with dinner theatre and shows on Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 6 and 7 plus matinee shows on Dec. 1 and 8. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTOS: Opening night of Klaglahachie’s Forever Plaid

Musical delight: Smudge (Cristian Jonsson), Sparky (Keenan Nooskey), Jinx (Levi Derowin) and Frankie (Douglas Graham) were the stars of Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society’s latest production – the musical Forever Plaid – at the Ponoka United Church Nov. 23. The music, comedy and death-defying story had the crowd applauding as well as in stitches. Performances continue with dinner theatre and shows on Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 6 and 7 plus matinee shows on Dec. 1 and 8.

Photos by Jordie Dwyer

By Jordie Dwyer

 

Musical delight: Smudge (Cristian Jonsson), Sparky (Keenan Nooskey), Jinx (Levi Derowin) and Frankie (Douglas Graham) were the stars of Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society’s latest production - the musical Forever Plaid - at the Ponoka United Church Nov. 23. The music, comedy and death-defying story had the crowd applauding as well as in stitches. Performances continue with dinner theatre and shows on Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 6 and 7 plus matinee shows on Dec. 1 and 8. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

Musical delight: Smudge (Cristian Jonsson), Sparky (Keenan Nooskey), Jinx (Levi Derowin) and Frankie (Douglas Graham) were the stars of Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society’s latest production - the musical Forever Plaid - at the Ponoka United Church Nov. 23. The music, comedy and death-defying story had the crowd applauding as well as in stitches. Performances continue with dinner theatre and shows on Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 6 and 7 plus matinee shows on Dec. 1 and 8. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

Musical delight: Smudge (Cristian Jonsson), Sparky (Keenan Nooskey), Jinx (Levi Derowin) and Frankie (Douglas Graham) were the stars of Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society’s latest production - the musical Forever Plaid - at the Ponoka United Church Nov. 23. The music, comedy and death-defying story had the crowd applauding as well as in stitches. Performances continue with dinner theatre and shows on Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 6 and 7 plus matinee shows on Dec. 1 and 8. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

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