Kimberley’ Off Centre Players presents…

Theatre troupe holding open auditions Saturday for February productions

The Off Centre Player's cast of A Seussified Christmas Carol.

The Off Centre Players in Kimberley are gearing up for their next production, which is set for February, 2014. And they’re going to need some help.The theatre troupe is holding an open audition, Sunday, December 1, at the Green Door in the Kimberley Platzl.The auditions run from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.Elizabeth Adler, President of the Off Centre Players and Producer for the 2013/14 season, says no experience required — just a love of fun and live theatre.“We are looking for actors of all kinds – and also anyone interested in helping with costumes, set building, painting, lighting, sound design and stage managing,” Adler said.“This audition is for our next production, running at Centre 64 in Kimberley, February 11-15, 2014.”For more information, you contact the Off Centre Players on their Facebook page or by calling 250-908-1508.The Off Centre Players are a community theatre company that is 100 per cent volunteer operated,and has been bringing live theatre to the Kimberley and Cranbrook area for more 20 years.



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