It’s showtime and the Okanagan School of the Arts first musical of the year is promising the audience an evening of song and humour.
“How Far We’ll Go,” is a radio play musical using existing songs and an original script, and features over 20 talented local performers. The show will run June 15-18 at Tempest Theatre with a 7:30 p.m. start.
The plot follows a group of adventurers on a space trip to Nereid, a moon of Neptune. Highlights include a gorgeous ballad from Sister Act, a stirring tune from Shrek: The Musical, space ogres, and a poor co-pilot’s failed attempts to turn everything into a musical cue. Come join us for an evening of song and humour!
The main goal is to share a wonderful theatre experience, but if additional funds are raised through the production, they will support the OSA’s ongoing community arts programming.
To purchase tickets go to okanaganschoolofthearts.com or contact them at email@example.com for more information.
Established in 1960, the Okanagan School of the Arts (OSA) is one of the longest-running schools of its kind in Canada. The OSA offers a variety of performing and visual arts courses and programs for students of all ages and stages of development, providing creativity and connection for residents of Penticton and the surrounding communities.
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