The year: 1904. The location: An exclusive men's club. The Players: Women. The Music: Authentic, catchy numbers from the first part of the twentieth century. Until October 10th, the Village Theatre West in Hudson, Quebec invites you to step back in time with the cast and crew responsible for the realization of "The Club". If you haven't been to this converted, turn-of-the-century railway station yet, perhaps a lively piece of musical theatre is just the thing to inspire you. Pierre Martin delights and entertains with superb costuming. The cast includes such well-respected performers such as Karen Cromar (Freddie), Yvette Ghattas (Johnny), Michelle Heisler (Bertie) and Janis Kirshner (Algy) who add to their list of credits with beautifully turned out numbers such as "All the Girls" and "A Good Cigar is a Smoke." The show runs approximately 90 minutes without intermission. Bring your parents, grandparents and a tolerance for cigar smoke. Enjoy the show.
E.M.M.A. Now Collective at Village Theatre West
Opening Night – at 8 p.m.
Saturday, October 9 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Sunday, October 10 at 4 p.m.
8 shows only!
BOX OFFICE: 450-458-5361
Tickets: Regular $25, Students/Seniors $18, Groups $15
Prices include all taxes
About the company: E.M.M.A Now was formed to draw attention to the unique talents of professional Montreal artists wanting more opportunities to be exposed to the public, to facilitate a return to shows with larger casts and to show how much more exciting a larger show can be. The group hopes to inspire imitators as well as interest other venues to take on the show for further presentations. This is a co-op; so all actors have other jobs directly related to the production (group sales, administration, publicity, budgeting, transportation coordinator etc.)