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Miracle Theatre's A Comedy of Tenors heldover until April 7

Miracle Theatre has extended its run of A Comedy of Tenors until Sunday, April 7, including a Sunday matinee.
Miracle Theatre's A Comedy of Tenors has extended its run until April 7 at Artspace in Prince George.

Miracle Theatre has extended its run of A Comedy of Tenors until Sunday, April 7. 

There will be performances every night this week starting Tuesday, including a Sunday matinee.

 “I don’t think we have ever had so many people tell us this is their favourite play,” Anne Laughlin, producer of the show, said.

“We’ve even had an unusual number of ‘frequent flyers’ -  people returning to bring friends or relatives to see it.”   

The hit comedy is about four famous singers spending an afternoon in a luxury hotel before the world’s first stadium concert. With endless surprises from wives, lovers, rivals, producers, staff, and wannabes, everything goes wrong, with hilarious results, Laughlin said.

Miracle Theatre provides Prince George with professional theatre and then donates all the proceeds. This year the community will be gifted wildfire equipment in the form of a Structure Protection Unit.

Miracle Theatre has declared a commitment to raising $180,000, which is required to purchase the protection unit that will see it arrive in Prince George for the summer. As of March 31, just over $119,000 has been raised through the box-office, sponsorship, and donations.

“Unbelievable value providing attendees an evening of professional, high-quality entertainment, and a production donation to a lifetime of community protection through the Structure Protect Unit – a trailer capable of protecting up to 75 homes carrying hoses, sprinklers and pumps,” Cliff Warner, Prince George Fire Chief, said.

People are having so much fun and leave in such a terrific mood, Ted Price production director and designer, added about the comedy.

“They also get a good feeling knowing they are helping to defend our city against wildfire,” he said.

Tickets are $37.50 at Books and Company or order by phone at 250-563-6637.

Performances are at ArtSpace, above Books and Company, 1685 Third Ave., which has been converted into a theatre for this production.