Remember disco and Molson stubbies?

UFV Theatre Department is holding auditions Tuesday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. in the theatre on the Chilliwack campus for its summer production of A Little Unfinished Family Business.
It's a new play by local playwright Rick Mawson that will run this spring.

UFV Theatre Department is holding auditions Tuesday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. in the theatre on the Chilliwack campus for its summer production of A Little Unfinished Family Business.

It’s a new play by local playwright Rick Mawson that will run this spring.

Male performers in the 20 to 70 years age range and female performers from 20 to 50 are invited to attend. Some roles will require an English accent. Community performers are welcomed to audition.

A Little Unfinished Family Business is a comedy drama with an ample serving of family intrigue that takes a trip back to those halcyon days of the mid-70s in small-town B.C. featuring Disco, Baby Duck, Molson stubbies and bad fashion statements.

This production will run May 26 to June 5 in the studio theatre on The Chilliwack campus. Those interested in working back stage are also invited to attend the auditions. For more information, call 604-795-2814 or Email: Theatre@ufv.ca

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