The three friends do all the things that drive people crazy at a theatre, including flossing during the movie
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There was plenty of laughter abound in Kerrobert last weekend when the Prairieland Players presented an original play to audiences on three nights.
The theatre group presented a comedy titled Meet Me at the Lux to crowds from April 26-28 at the Prairieland Community Centre (PCC). The shows on Friday and Saturday nights included supper and the show on Thursday featured the performance and a light snack.
Food for the performances was prepared or provided by the Kerrobert Kinettes and the Kerrobert Seniors Club, and the Kerrobert Kinsmen helped by running a bar.
The shows also included prizes in a raffle draw and an opportunity to win cash from a 50/50 draw. The 50/50 winner won $330 on Friday.
Anita Phillips, the host for the performance on Friday, welcome people to the 29th production by the Prairieland Players. She said the theatre group has raised $138,000 for the PCC in its history and for the past couple of years including 2018, proceeds are supporting upgrades at the swimming pool. Phillips said the Lux was a movie theatre in Kerrobert and the play was sure to keep people laughing.For more on this story, please see the May 4 print edition of The Cross Roads.