Local talent shines through

We look forward to more entertainment of this calibre in the future

Editor, The Times:

Last Friday night, Vickie and I were treated to two delightful productions by the After Hours Theatre Group, composed of local talent.

The first play “Betweenity” by LIndsay Price, directed by Alex Arduini was a window into the world of teenage angst by a talented group of CSS students.  Although many of us are getting too old to remember our own teenage years, we can certainly relate as parents of teens in these challenging years.

The second play, “The Real Inspector Hound” by Tom Stoppard, co directed by Richard Stroh and Stephen Raschke, was a who-done-it murder mystery that had more twists and turns than a Clearwater logging road.

Both plays were entertaining and informative. Vickie and I would like to thank the cast, crew and directorship of these plays for a Friday evening well spent. Your hours of hard work and dedication shone through in the final product.

We look forward to more entertainment of this calibre in the future.

Vickie and Wes Morden

Blackpool, B.C.