TV Players wants you

Thompson Valley Players looking for volunteers to help with new season of plays

The Thompson Valley Players (TVP) will be holding a meeting this Wednesday, October 16, 7 p.m., at the North Thompson Volunteer and Information Centre (NTVIC)in the Barriere Ridge (Municipal Hall).

All members, both old and new, are encouraged to attend to set plans in motion for the Christmas Light up Parade in Barriere, and for the TVP’s next big event, “An Old Fashioned Christmas”, scheduled to run Dec. 14 and 15. The plan is to have a Christmas Variety Show with skits, music, dance, and lots of audience participation.

The TVP are looking for talented motivated people of all types and will be holding auditions soon. Those interested are invited to the meeting to find out more and become involved.  This event will be for all ages, and should be a fun filled festive time for everyone involved.

Major productions like this take many people to organize. There is so much work that starts behind the scenes preparing sets, costumes, makeup, and sound and lighting before the show ever hits the stage.

If you have always wanted to join TVP, now is the time, they need you no matter what your area of expertise.  Join the fun, right from the start, everyone is welcome.

Auditions will be announced after they have been decided at the meeting, the TVP will keep everyone posted.  For more information please call NTVIC at 250-672-0033.


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