Comedy is king as Stage Hanna returns to the theatre at the Hanna Community Centre next month. Finlay CurrieFinlay Currie returns to the stage as the interesting neighbour.
The community theatre group is performing a stage version of the old movie Send Me No Flowers.
"Some folks might remember it was made quite popular with Doris Day and Rock Hudson," pointed out Stage Hanna spokesman Gwen Snell. "It's a very clean, cute, funny comedy and, of course, Stage Hanna ties it together with a very outstanding dinner theatre."
"It's a wonderful evening out, a chance to have a great meal, some great laughs, great company and (to) go home having a little funny look at ourselves through a comedy is always a nice experience."
Performances are scheduled for March 10-11 and March 17-18 at the Hanna Community Centre.
One member of the cast (Finlay Currie), this is his third performance of Send Me No Flowers in his third community," noted Snell. "When I asked him what he liked the most about it, Finlay replied that it just gave him a chance to see what each community brought out differently and what we highlighted and he really felt this was going to be an exceptional performance."
Tickets, which include dinner, are $45. They're available at the Chinook Financial branch in Hanna.

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