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Wags presenting four-act play

Vaunda Richard with the Rib-Tickling Wags is eager to share the stage with close to 20 other cast members. They will present A Day in the Life of Seniors at the Alberton Arts and Heritage Centre. Eric McCarthy/Journal Pioneer
Vaunda Richard with the Rib-Tickling Wags is eager to share the stage with close to 20 other cast members. They will present A Day in the Life of Seniors at the Alberton Arts and Heritage Centre. Eric McCarthy/Journal Pioneer

Show is in support of arts and heritage centre

ALBERTON

The Rib-Tickling Wags are back for another fall show in support of the Alberton Arts and Heritage Centre. They will present “A Day in the Life of Seniors” at the centre on Thursday and Friday October 26 and 27 at the centre.

Vaunda Richard is the director for the show which consists of skits, songs and a four-act play.
This is the Wags’ ninth year of performing at the centre.

Some of the challenges that come with aging will be explored in a fun setting. “Someone might lose their teeth,” Richard provided a glimpse of what audience members will see. Falling in love and confusion will also be explored, although not at the same time.

The play will also mark the return to Alberton of Mrs. Green, played by Marlene Bulger. Mrs. Green’s neighbour, Mrs Dundo, will be played by Wanda Dunbar.

Close to 20 people will take on roles in acting or singing.

“There might even be an appearance by Elvis,” Richard hints.

Showtime each night is 7 p.m. and tickets must be purchased in advance. They are available at Saunders Variety only. All proceeds will support the upkeep of the arts and heritage centre.

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