The 13th Knowlton Players Dinner Theatre production, Mugsy Sent Me, is set in the roaring 20s (1920s, that is) where anything can happen behind closed doors. There are gangsters and flappers and Charlestons and sing-along songs. There is booze from “Up North” and gun fights and fist fights. Katherine Jacques is making her directorial debut with this production. The show opens on Thursday, February 13. It runs for two weeks on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings starting at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $48 which includes dinner and the show. For tickets or more information, contact Diane 450-931-0603. Some of the cast of 18 are pictured here. They include Knowlton Players veterans Steve Trew, Juli Peasley, Robert Ossington, The Kays, Lucy Hoblyn, Georgie Landry, Lucy Davis and Dave Lamby and newer members Jody Meacher and June Landry. See full story in the Feb. 11 edition of the Brome County News.
Submitted by Lucy Hoblyn