Comedy skits sure to Tickle Your Funny Bone

These seniors are up for the chuckle challenge and promise to tickle your funny bone during the Elder Citizen Recreation Association's Drama Club performance Friday through Sunday.

Showcasing their comedy chops, the group of nine will perform in several skits and while they're doing costume changes the club's got the audience covered with musical entertainment.

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"It might take us a bit of time to change costumes but we'll make it worth your while," organizer Odelia Kranz promised.

Some of the skits include Sisters, which has a musical component to it, Dining Out sees mispronunciation and miscommunication come into play, while Security Guards at a factory see some trouble and the RCMP Musical Ride takes the audience on a fun-filled journey.

The drama club started rehearsal in earnest back in October and having been going strong ever since.

They all get along really well and always invite those interested in joining the club to do so because the more the merrier is the theme when it comes to performance on stage, memorizing lines and unbridled enthusiasm.

We'll Tickle Your Funny Bone, presented by the ECRA drama club, takes place at ECRA's Recreation Centre, 1692 Tenth Ave., Friday at 7 p.m., while matinees are on Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $10 at the door or in advance at the centre.

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