The Grinch is back and Nove Voce will be presenting the show Saturday, Nov. 27.
Things will look a little different this year in an effort to keep all audience members safe, as well as the choral society members, while following pandemic protocols.
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The show is only 30 minutes long so it’s perfect for all ages including the little ones, said choral director Robin Norman.
People will hear their favourite Grinchy songs like You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch, Welcome Christmas and Where Are You Christmas?
“Everybody from the good old days is back,”
“We’ve got Richard Bjarnason who was our reader two years ago. He’s a lovely gentleman in town whose daughters sang in the choir and he did Les Mis with us and he was on stage with us during Beauty and the Beast as well.”
Bjarnason will be the voice over as choir members take on the roles of several characters and sing the songs.
Zarrah Holvick will be the Grinch, as she has been in the past, and Courtney Hayhurst will be playing Cindy Lou Who.
“It’s all worked out so well,”
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“We are intensely aware that our target audience is under five (years old) and unvaccinated so we have to keep them safe so we’ve gone very hard core into safety protocols,”
Audience members will be masked and proof of vaccination must be shown to adhere to current provincially mandated restrictions.
All tickets are $10 per person or $40 per family at the door and cash only. Seating is limited to 50 patrons per show so book early to avoid disappointment.
Tickets can only be booked through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.