“Five Alarm”, a world premiere by Kristen Da Silva, brings to the Port Stanley Theatre stage a chili cook-off in a rural community. As the sauce simmers, bitter rivaly, mystery and zany comedy come to a rolling boil.
"Buying the Moose" opens with a bizarre dance scene that instantly provokes questions – lots of questions.
Betty has come home to find husband Rob dancing with an inflatable doll. Rob quickly realizes that, on the eve of his fifth anniversary, things have gone terribly wrong. He seeks help from his brother Greg and Betty turns to Greg’s wife and her good friend, Cheryl.
More than 550 individuals were involved in this year’s Rotary Music Festival which took place over four days at three venues in St. Thomas. They performed in a wide range of styles ranging from classical to jazz, pop and broadway and in a variety of formats from solo voice and instrumental to choirs and bands.
The Festival is organized by the Rotary Club of St. Thomas. The 63rd edition came to a close on the evening of Friday February 24th with the final major competitions.