Klaglahachie Fine Arts Ponoka

Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society’s (KFAS) production of Suds is sure to be a fun and hilarious romp. With a strong cast, the play brings 1960s pop music to the main stage. Posing in this production photo are: (l-r) Perry Wilson as Mr. Right, Kevin Debree as Johnny Angel,Quinne van der Molen as Cindy,Kynna Hvizdos as Dee Dee and Tanya Heyden-Kaye as Marge.                                 Photo by Susan Chantell Photography

Ponoka’s production of Suds promises a rocking time

The Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society presents a rocking musical for its winter production

 

Editorial: Community theatre thriving in central Alberta

Editorial: Community theatre thriving in central Alberta

This winter be sure to take in one of the many community theatre productions

 

The hilarious musical comedy Once Upon A Mattress by the Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society includes some fine singing, acting and a number of sly jokes that will entertain everyone. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Musical comedy Once Upon a Mattress will hit all of the right notes

Ponoka’s Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society presentation is a slight departure from the norm

 

Kids can act: Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society’s first ever kids’ play, The Monsters Under the Bed, went well last week with a performance for parents on the weekend and then two performances for the schools Oct. 31 at the United Church. This was the first effort by the society to bring a kids only production to the stage. The goal is to bring more youth drama programming into Ponoka. Here the characters work with one monster to come up with a solution to the other scary monsters under the bed.                                 Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PHOTO: Klaglahachie’s first ever kids’ play

A photo highlight from the Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society’s kids’ play in Ponoka

Kids can act: Klaglahachie Fine Arts Society’s first ever kids’ play, The Monsters Under the Bed, went well last week with a performance for parents on the weekend and then two performances for the schools Oct. 31 at the United Church. This was the first effort by the society to bring a kids only production to the stage. The goal is to bring more youth drama programming into Ponoka. Here the characters work with one monster to come up with a solution to the other scary monsters under the bed.                                 Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye