A photo from Klaglahachie’s production two years ago “The Monsters Under the Bed.” File photo

Klaglahachie goes plaid for new play

Forever Plaid musical to take to Ponoka stage next month

Tickets are now on sale for Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society’s annual production.

“Forever Plaid” is a 1950s musical revue ( light theatrical entertainment) will hit the stage at the Ponoka United Church from Nov. 23 to Dec. 8.

It features a men’s harmony group that magically comes back to life in 2019 to perform their show for the very first time. Audience members of all ages will enjoy some classic barbershop-style melodies and many hilarious on-stage antics.

The music features songs made famous by artists such as Perry Como, Harry Belafonte, Hoagy Carmichael, and even The Beatles.

The show stars Douglas Graham, Cristian Jonsson, Levi Derowin and Keenan Nooskey with the production being directed by Tanya Heyden-Kaye. In addition, Graham Boyes is the musical director while vocal coaching is being provided by Perry Wilson.

Tickets are available at an early-bird price by going in person to the Ponoka United Church weekdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p,m or at Hamilton’s IGA. Tickets can also be purchased online at kfatheatre.com or by phone at 403-783-4081.

The show runs approximately an hour and 45 minutes and features a traditional Bob Ronnie dinner for the performances held on Fridays and Saturdays.

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