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Halfway There held over before it begins

Miracle Theatre's Ted Price and Anne Laughlin unveils plans for next year's production of Halfway There. Bill Phillips photo
Miracle Theatre’s Ted Price and Anne Laughlin.

It hasn’t even opened and it’s already held over.

Sales for Miracle Theatre’s upcoming production of Halfway There have been so brisk that one week before the first performance 81 per cent of all the tickets have been sold.  Theatre-goers don’t have to be disappointed yet though.

“It is early enough in the actors’ contracts that five extra performances were able to be added.  The show will now close on March 24,  stated producer Anne Laughlin.

This is the fourth professional theatre production that Ted Price and Anne Laughlin have produced under the banner of Miracle Theatre.  They are thrilled that so many in the community are showing support.  When they explain that this production is being donated to the Prince George Community to start a new fund, The Children of Prince George Fund, there is a very positive response.

“The idea of an endowment Fund that will provide annual investment earnings for children in perpetuity is being heartily endorsed,” said director, Ted Price.

“The idea of a fun night out to see a Norm Foster comedy directed by Ted Price sparked lots of interest as soon as it was announced,”  added Laughlin. 

There are still some tickets for the evening performances of February 28, March 10, 12, and 17.  And, now there’s the entire week of March 19 – 24.  But don’t wait to get your tickets. Once the show opens it is predicted to quickly sell out.  Tickets are available at Books & Company or by phoning 250-563-6637.